Ash: Sure I could've stayed in the past. Could've even been king. But in my own way, I am king. Hail to the king, baby.
The disbelieving clerk Ash is explaining his adventure to in the S-Mart ending is Ted Raimi, who can also be seen in the crowd below the castle battlements receiving Ash's pep-talk just before the battle with Bad Ash's Army of Darkness. Ted is director Sam Raimi's brother--and is best known for his part as Joxer in the Hercules and Xena TV shows (of which brother Sam was executive producer) where he again worked with Bruce Campbell. See more...
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Continuity: At the beginning when the wise man says to King Arthur something along the lines of, 'I believe he is the one written off in the Necronomicon. He who has been prophesied to fall from the sky and deliver us from the terror of the deadites,' He is sitting on the horse to the right of King Arthur. When King Arthur says, 'What? Who? Likely he is one of Henry's men,' the wise man is now on the other side of Arthur.
Deliberate "mistake": Ash's car breaks out into the courtyard and the whirling, windmill thing batters the Deadites aside. We see the carnage a couple of times filmed from different angles, one Deadite, planted, legs apart, gets battered twice and the guys who come in from the left and are quickly jerked off screen are shown again seconds later.
Continuity: Ash, Henry, and the other prisoners all have clean, non-sweaty faces and neatly combed hair after trekking across the hot, dusty lands in the "chain gang" line. This is particularly noticeable on Henry just after Ash demands that the prisoners be set free; even his little hair decoration is still in place.
Continuity: In the shot where Arthur's men have just started the spiked walls moving in the pit, Ash looks at the walls intensely. In this shot, if you have the full screen version on, you can see that his chainsaw is attached to his hand. They use that same shot later on right before he charges over to climb the wall.