Quigley Down Under

Continuity mistake: In one of the final scenes where Tom Selleck has a gunfight with Alan Rickman, the time of day during the few minutes (in movie time) the scene takes place varies from noon (full sunlight) to dusk. Just prior to the gunfight, when Selleck is getting ready to draw on Rickman and his two henchmen, there are almost no shadows and there is bright sunlight indicating it is in the middle of the day. Just after the gunfight there are now long shadows on the characters and moments later the camera pans across the hills and the sun is setting.

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Suggested correction: Shadows exist before and after try to watch it again.

Continuity mistake: 3 bullets in the front right side of belt get used and re-appear in a number of later scenes. Especially true at the end when the front of the belt is full when the English arrive, but he used them on the hill.

Revealing mistake: When Marsten's men are forcing Aborigines off a cliff, Quigley shoots one man who falls over the edge with his horse. Just as the horse and rider fall over, you can briefly see the rigging used to flip the mechanical horse over the edge.

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Matthew Quigley: Lady, you're about a half a bubble off plumb, and that's fer sure and fer certain.

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Question: Why did the Aboriginal manservant hit Matthew Quigley on the head when he threw Marston out of his own house, after telling Quigley he wanted him to kill aborigines?

Answer: He felt that if Quigley fought Marston he might have been killed. He hit him to save his life.

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