Ned Nederlander: Chip, chip, chip, chip, chip, chip, chip, chip, chip, chip, chip. Nanny!
Lucky Day: Farley, farley, farley, farley, farley, hafurrrrrrrrrr!
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Continuity: When the Amigos are deciding to "be the three amigos for real", Dusty is the last one to agree. Before approaching the other two, he grabs for his gun and it discharges, hitting the ground with the shot. Glass is then heard shattering in the distance. At this point, Dusty had not decided to be a "real Amigo", so his gun would either be loaded with blanks or unloaded, not loaded with live rounds yet.
Revealing: During their first confrontation with El Guapo, the Amigos start riding around and firing their guns in the air. Look at the difference in speed between the wider shots (with stunt doubles) and the closer ones, which show the actors themselves. Not only are they suddenly moving much slower in these closer shots, but it so very obvious that they are on mechanical horses by the movement.
Continuity: When the bad guys are beginning their celebration just before the Three Amigos take them on, there is a scene where people are holding a series of ropes attached to a tall pole. About a minute or so later, when the Amigos are climbing onto the wall around the bad guys' compound, you can see all these ropes are suddenly hanging between the pole and the roofs of the surrounding buildings. How did the people get the ropes up there so quickly?