After Officer Duffy was deemed responsible for tipping off RoboCop to the cult's location, Catzo and Hob lured Duffy to an abandoned hospital, where Catzo knocked him out and took him to be eviscerated alive.
Catzo was later present at a raid on the sludge plant by the Detroit Police Department.
Behind the scenesEdit
Catzo's fate is unknown in the final cut of the film. In the fourth draft of the script, he is thrown into a vat of Nuke and overdoses, a similar fate seen in the RoboCop 2 arcade game. In the game, Catzo appears as the boss of Stage 3, firing at RoboCop while standing next to a vat of Nuke. When shot by RoboCop, Catzo is flung into the vat, eventually emerging as a muscular mutant with faster and stronger attacks including spitting acid. His mutation is similar to Emil's death in the first movie.
In the comic adaptation and novelization, he is killed in a knife fight, stabbed in the heart by Officer Anne Lewis. According to Catzo's actor, Michael Medeiros, this scene was filmed and stills appear to exist from it, but it did not make the final cut for unknown reasons.
- Elvis Presley's skeleton is seen among the treasures of the Nuke Cult and deleted scenes reveal Elvis is worshipped as a god. Presumably Catzo based his appearance on Elvis.