Corrected entry: In the beginning of the film, when Quigley is fighting over the girl, the third man is hit in the nose. Before he can put his hand to his nose, there is blood on his hand.
Corrected entry: In the scene when Quigley and Crazy Cora have passed out due to exhaustion and dehydration (after walking through the desert) they are seen lying on the sand. There is a slide mark where Quigley apparently dropped and slid. The slide mark does look like the path that his torso made, but there are no marks made from his legs and there are no marks at all where he dropped Cora. In fact, she is lying perfectly straight and face up. He was carrying her over his shoulder. It is very unlikely that she would have ended up in this position.Robert Sullinger
Corrected entry: When Quigley shoots the log, he does not reload his gun before he shoots at the next man just before his capture.
Corrected entry: In the scene with Alan Rickman just before the final gunfight, Tom Selleck's hands are tied in front of him. The henchmen cut the rope with a knife, leaving the knotted rope around both wrists. As the pistol is placed in his belt for the gunfight, there are no ropes around his wrists.
Corrected entry: Quigley leaves crazy Cora in the cave to go the closest town. The bad guy told him the town was to the southwest. As Quigley is riding, the sun is setting on his left, which should be east if he was riding to the southwest.
Corrected entry: Right at the start of the movie they show a map illustrating Quigley's travel from San Francisco to Fremantle. As the camera pans across Australia we see a large portion of the north east of the country labelled as North Australia. Quigley is a civil war veteran which means the film must be set after 1865, by which time the Australian state of Queensland had been created. The map is incorrect for the time of the movie.
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