At the second-to-the-last scene, where Duke sits in the chaos of the hotel room and reflects on the hippie and drug culture he is surrounded by, there are three television screens. One of those screens - the one right in front of him - shows a tank driving from right to left. This tank is recognizable as an M1 Abrams, which entered service not before 1980. See more...
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|Title||Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas|
|Original entry||In the scene where Duke is being persued by Highway patrolman Gary Busey, he is looking in the rear view mirror while his left hand is turning on the left turn signal (missing it the first time then succesfully on the second attempt). The next shot is him saying something about the officer not knowing what to make of the turn signal indicating he's about to pull over and the camera shot clearly shows Duke turning on the left turn signal which we have already seen him do. [It is true that in the pan-and-scan version it shows him turning his left blinker on twice; but in the widescreen version, it only shows him doing it once. ]|