Mr. Holland's Opus

Continuity mistake: Glen Holland owns a Chevy Corvair throughout the film. The car at the beginning of the film is a 1961 model 500 (the base model with bench seats), but at the end of the film it is a 1964 Monza (the top of the line model, with bucket seats).

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James Phillips

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Mr. Holland is introducing himself to the class, he writes his name on the board. The "A" in his name switches between having a rounded top to a pointed top between shots.

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Continuity mistake: At the end, when Mr. Holland is conducting his symphony, there is a closeup of Iris lifting her camera up to take a picture. The shot cuts away to show Mr. Holland. You can see Iris and Cole in the background on the lower right of the screen and they are holding hands with no camera in sight.

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Glen Holland owns a Chevy Corvair throughout the film. The car at the beginning of the film is a 1961 model 500 (the base model with bench seats), but at the end of the film it is a 1964 Monza (the top of the line model, with bucket seats).

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All the American Sign Language used in the movie is accurate. When Iris tells Cole to open the window, Cole's response is not translated and she says "don't bust my butt." What he signed was, "Tell him to open the window himself."

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