Continuity mistake: In the scene where Corky first enters the Vet Clinic, and speaks to the "patients", the shot when he first speaks to the old man with the Bassett Hound, the dog is in the chair on the man's left, but in the next shot, the dog has moved to the right, and the man has shifted to the left side of the chair.
Continuity mistake: When Corky is dressed as the girl scout and is about to kiss the female agent/nurse, there is a side shot of them and they're leaning towards each other. Then there is a close-up of the female agent and she is puckering her lips. When it switches back to the side shot, she isn't puckering. This happens several times throughout the scene.
Continuity mistake: When Corky is chasing the cat at the start of the movie, he opens (breaks?) his fly trying to get the snake out of his pants. In the next shot, he is squatting facing the camera looking at the cat (who is at the bottom of the shot). It is obvious his fly is done up again, even though no attempt has been made to do up the fly.
Continuity mistake: In the scenes where Corky and other FBI agents are in a meeting room Corky pours himself some water. He then scoots a glass of H20 over to the female agent. He makes a big scene by leaning across the table. Anyway, the glass of water is sitting next to the woman, the angle changes and its not there, the angle changes back and it is there again. Look closely.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Corky's hand is trapped in the window as the handcuffed criminal drives the car backwards, the stunt man's hand comes loose. This is most visible as the car comes out of an alley, two passersby dive out of the way and you can see the stuntman's hand come all the way out, then reach back in the window.
Continuity mistake: When Corky is first in the car with his brothers, as Paulie is talking Corky's whole forearm and hand is resting on the seat. In the next shot, his arms are crossed so his forearm is now on top his other forearm. And throughout the car scene, his arms constantly change position.
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