Directed by: Stephen Herek
Starring: Glenne Headly, Jay Thomas, Olympia Dukakis, Richard Dreyfuss
Genres: Drama, Music
Visible crew/equipment: There is a scene where Mr Holland discusses Beethoven with his students and the camera pans over a record player. The camera is reflected in the sheen of the record.
Suggested correction: Reviewed the entire scene 3 times. No camera reflection in either of the 3 shots of the rotating record.
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Glenn Holland: You work for 30 years because you think that what you do makes a difference, you think it matters to people, but then you wake up one morning and find out, well no, you've made a little error there, you're expendable. I should be laughing.
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).
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."