Crazy in Alabama

Crazy in Alabama (1999)

4 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: Melanie Griffith gets her hair cut short before she acts in the "Bewitched" episode. In that scene she has the identical long hair she has in the beginning of the movie. (00:55:45)

Correction: That could well be a wig.


Corrected entry: While the two brothers are laying on their stomachs and talking on their towels at the pool, an ant crawls up one of the boys arms and mid sentence, the ant simply dissapears. (00:25:30)

Correction: If you look closely in slow motion you see that the ant falls off and crawls away.


Corrected entry: In her speech at court Lucille mentions that she had been pregnant for 54 months. Every time you have a chance to count her children, like when they come to the prison window, there are 7. (01:32:52)


Correction: She had twins.


Corrected entry: In the beginning of the movie, the narrator mentions that Lucille Vinson (Melanie Griffith) has seven children. Later in the movie, during the courtroom scene where Lucille attempts to justify murdering her husband, she says that he kept her pregnant for 54 months of her life. That would only be six children.

Correction: She had twins.

Visible crew/equipment: When Lucille drives off to persue her acting career you see a mike boom reflected in small side window twice. (00:05:35)

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