The Limey

Continuity mistake: Terence Stamp takes out a pursuing vehicle by reversing his own car into it at high speed and pushing it over a cliff. When he subsequently drives off, amazingly there's no damage at all to the rear of his car. Shortly before, it is peppered with gunshot holes which mysteriously disappear.

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Continuity mistake: In the billiard scene, the guy who is placing the balls lifts the triangle two times.

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Terence Stamp takes out a pursuing vehicle by reversing his own car into it at high speed and pushing it over a cliff. When he subsequently drives off, amazingly there's no damage at all to the rear of his car. Shortly before, it is peppered with gunshot holes which mysteriously disappear.

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The black and white 'flashback' sequences from this film were not specially shot for "The Limey". They were'lifted' in their entirety from a completely different film altogether - the 1967 film 'Poor Cow' starring Terrence Stamp and Carol White.

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