Private Parts

Factual error: During Howard's "Thank You" speech to New York he gives NYC the gift of a live performance by AC/DC. The year was 1985. As the band takes the stage and launches into "You Shook Me All Night" we see Phil Rudd on drums. Rudd had quit AC/DC two years earlier and was replaced by Simon Wright. (Rudd returned in 1994, hence being part of the band when the scene was filmed).

Factual error: In the scene where Howard is saying goodbye to Fred in Hartford, a Discover Card logo appears on the storefront behind Howard. This scene is meant to take place in April of 1980, but Discover Card wasn't introduced until 1985. (00:33:50)

Factual error: In the early 80s, Howard attends the premiere of "Die Watching," a film that was not made until the early 90s.

Factual error: In the scene where Howard arrives at WNBC, his moustache is gone and his hair is long. The first few years at WNBC, he still had short hair and the moustache. Also his original air shift was from 4PM-8PM, later changed to 3PM-7PM to accommodate for the Knicks and Rangers broadcasts.

Continuity mistake: During the nude scene with Jenna Jameson, Howard is standing out of touching distance of Jenna. He then states "holy cow are you naked" and the camera angle changes to the opposite side and he is now about a foot away from her. (01:31:10)


More mistakes in Private Parts

Lawyer (Barry): Page 108, paragraph 3, No jokes involving flatulence, excretion, urination, ejaculation, or other bodily functions.
Lawyer (Jerry): Also, no use of the seven so-called seven dirty words. These are cocksucker, mother-fucker, fuck, shit, cunt, cock, and pussy.

More quotes from Private Parts

Question: Did that woman really manage to put that huge sausage down her throat or was it really good cgi?

Answer: She actually can do it, and became somewhat famous for it. She was on the Howard Stern radio show, and WOR-TV show several times.


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