A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge

Visible crew/equipment: When Schneider is being dragged along by two skipping ropes you can clearly see two wires attached to his shoulders which are actually pulling him along.


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Visible crew/equipment: In the kitchen, when Jesse's dad says "I want that room unpacked by tonight young man," the camera pans around the kitchen table. Look to the right of the screen, you can see the elbow of a crewmember come into view.


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Visible crew/equipment: When the bus closes the door and takes off you can see the reflection of the camera man in the bus.


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Visible crew/equipment: When the balls are all bouncing of their shelves, there is one closeup of three balls, one basketball that bounces off, then two white footballs which roll off the shelf. You can clearly see a wire attached to one of the footballs.


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When Jesse is cleaning out his room, he puts a tape into his tape player, and presses a button down on the top of it. But halfway though the scene of him packing his things away, you can clearly see the button is no longer pressed down, yet the tape still plays.



Make-up effects artist Kevin Yagher replaced David Miller, who designed the Freddy make-up for the original. Yagher only had a few pictures and what was shot from the original film to refer to, so he redesigned Freddy's look. Yagher studied pictures of burn victims and brought out the facial bones more than how Miller had done it.