Beverly Hills Cop II

Continuity mistake: When Axel notices the people working on the house, he's on a busy street with a lot of traffic (look behind him). When he turns the car around it's a smaller street without traffic.


Continuity mistake: As Sidney Bernstein pulls two $100 bills from his wallet and hands them to Axel he says, "Here's one, here's two. They're real crisp," so then Axel holds the two bills in his right hand and the papers in his left hand. However, in the next shot facing Axel, there are now at least four bills in Axel's right hand. (01:17:35)

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Continuity mistake: When Axel breaks open the drawer at the B.H. Shooting Club, he finds the notepad with the coordinates. When the pad is in the drawer there are five full lines of writing with a sixth short line below it, but when Axel takes the pad out of the drawer there are only four full lines of text with two more short lines below. (00:59:10)

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Continuity mistake: After getting kicked out of the Playboy mansion, Axel has Dent's wallet, that he supposedly picked while he was in there. In the scene with Dent, and later Hef, after he has touched Dent, you see his hands and there is no wallet there or do you see Axel put his hands inside his coat to hide the wallet. He never picks it, so how did he get the wallet?


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Visible crew/equipment: When the trio are driving to the City Deposit/Federal Reserve Bank, in the shot just before hitting the white/red booth, the extended crane arm with the second camera and seated cameraman are visible behind the booth (for filming from opposite angle). (01:03:25)

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Inspector Todd: Don't think, Axel! It makes my dick itch!

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Trivia: In the scene where Foley first visits Rosewood's apartment, he at some point pauses and looks at a poster of Sylvester Stallone from the movie "Cobra" (1986). Stallone was originally supposed to star in Beverly Hills Cop (the first one) as Axel Foley (or his name was going to be Axel "The Cobra" Cobretti). The script was changed for Eddie Murphy, removing a large amount of the action sequences from the movie. Many of those sequences were later used in "Cobra." The shot of Foley looking at the poster is a reference to this fact.

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