Willow (1988)

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Corrected entry: When Willow shows off some magic after he puts the stick through his arm, you see some kids from the village. Look closely at the upper right hand side of the screen you can see a boy, (not one of the midgets), who is wearing a navy blue T-shirt. This boy looks larger than Willow and looks like he is not part of the scene. (00:10:25)

Correction: The young man is a midget, and is watching the show and clapping with the crowd. His clothes are consistent with the other villagers. He is taller than Willow, but there are several others in the crowd who are as tall or taller.

Corrected entry: When the beast-dog attacks the Nelvin village Vonkar stabs it with a spear, and is thrown back. After he lands you can see he has another spear attached to his belt. Then another Nelvin has to throw him a spear so he can finish the beast off.

Correction: That is because it was quicker for someone to throw him a spear, then it would have been to pull one from his belt.

Bruce Minnick

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Revealing mistake: When they are at the Nutmar camp in the mountains, Val Kilmer tells Willow "Get on that shield!" but when they go over a 6, 7, 8 foot drop when they are sledding down the snow, you can clearly see runners on the shield.

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Willow: What are you doing?
Madmartigan: I found some blackroot. She loves it.
Willow: Blackroot? I am the father of two children and you never, ever give a baby blackroot.
Madmartigan: Well my mother raised us on blackroot. It's good for you. Puts hair on your chest. Doesn't it, Sticks?
Willow: Her name is not Sticks. She's Elora Danan, the future empress of Tir Asleen and the last thing she's gonna want is a hairy chest.

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Trivia: Horsemaster and stuntman Greg Powell appears in person in a small role, namely as the burly redbearded Nockmaar soldier at Raziel's Lake who roughs up Madmartigan.

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Question: Why did Queen Bavmorda need a ritual to get rid of the child? Why didn't she simply kill the baby on the spot?

Answer: Bavmorda's ritual was the Ritual of Obliteration - a spell that is used to destroy a living spirit's essence or soul. Presuambly if she'd just killed Elora, the soul would have been later reborn into another baby.

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