When David introduces the idea of a virus, the first time Major Mitchell shoots at the Coke can the two actors' marks are visible on the floor in front of Julius and Connie, as well as a brown rug at their feet, that are not in other shots. (Only visible on fullscreen DVD.) See more...
The bomber that drops the bomb on the alien ship in ID4 is the direct descendant of the one that does the same thing in The War of the Worlds (1953). The earlier craft is the B-49 "Flying Wing," developed for WWII but never produced; it served as the inspiration for the B-2 "Spirit," both designed by Northrop. It was said that Jack Nothrop, the company founder, had eventually left the company bitterly with his dream design shelved. More than twenty-five years later he receives a surprise call from the new company heads for a special presentation. They give him a scale model of their newest and most advanced aircraft - the B-2. With tears in his eyes, he declares, "Now I know why God has kept me alive all these years." Months later Jack Northrop passes away. See more...
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When David reaches Connie on her cell phone in the White House, as she walks away away from the wall to head towards the window, a crew member (complete with water bottle and utility belt) can be seen on the lower left portion of the screen, before he quickly scrambles away. (Only visible on VHS and fullscreen DVD.)
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