Easter egg: The Zone 2 DVD contains an easter egg accessible by pressing 'up' twice. A dollar icon shows on screen, press 'enter' and you'll get to a list of spot fines whilst filming (mentioned on the 'Making of Snatch' feature). There are three pages of crimes and cost, browse them by hitting 'previous' and 'next'.

Easter egg: Go to the second page of extra features on the Zone 2 DVD. If you press 'up' once, a tone icon shows. Press 'enter' and you'll get to a page playing Doug's mobile ringing and a description of how you can program it into your own mobile. You'll find even an extra page with a special greeting if you from here press 'up' to enlighten Doug's picture and then press 'enter'. (This can only be done once per view.).

Easter egg: On the third page of extras on the Zone 2 DVD, press 'up' twice and press 'enter' when the number 1 is visible on screen to see famous scenes from the film with slightly different lines.

Easter egg: Go to the third page of extra features, press 'up' and an exclamation mark shows on screen. Press 'enter' and choose either 'yes' or 'no'. You'll see the most prominent clips from the film in terms of swearing, with or without concealing beeps. (Zone 2 DVD).

Easter egg: This feature is found in disc 2. On the main menu highlight the first item on the list. Push up and then push right it will take you to a fun montage.

Continuity mistake: Look closely at the characters list at the end titles: it reads "Gyspy Kids" instead of "Gypsy Kids".

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Turkish: We've lost gorgeous George
Brick top: Well where'd you lose him? He ain't a set of fucking car keys is he?

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Trivia: Not a mistake, but a little extra. When we first see Doug the Head in the bar drinking and getting his lunch, the man on the right, reading the newspaper is director Guy Ritchie.

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Question: Turkish is always going on about ''Ze German's''. Is he referring to the War?

Answer: Basically, yes. He says it once when he discovers Tommy is carrying a handgun, which are not at all common in England, where they are outlawed. More the kind of thing a Brit would expect from a war-hungry Nazi. Later on he refers to it again just to mess with Tommy.

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