Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins...

Continuity mistake: After the two shots, Remo starts walking and Chiun drops his gun arm. After the angle change, he drops it again.

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Continuity mistake: When Chiun fires the first shot, the Rice Krispies box is hit and the Wheaties box turns facing outward. At the second shot, the Wheaties now has the side panel out.

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Continuity mistake: As Remo hangs from the bottom or the car Chiun is in, in the long shot, Remo starts to climb up. A second later, he's hanging under, and starts to climb again.

Continuity mistake: When Remo walks away from the wrecked jeep, the ground is fairly undisturbed. When he tosses the burning branch, there is now a obvious ditch filled with fuel that leads to the jeep.

Continuity mistake: When Remo pokes out Stone's eyes, there's blood on his hand. A second later, it's clean.

Continuity mistake: As Remo is running on the beach, Chiun says "float", and Remo comes off the ground, and is running in air. After Mac comes up, the camera looks at Remo and his feet are back on the ground, kicking up dirt, rather than in air.

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Continuity mistake: When Remo swings out on the pipe at the Statue Of Liberty, in the close-ups, his fingers are in the top of the pipe holding on. In the far away shots, he is holding on around the coupling about 1/2 foot down from the top of the pipe.

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Continuity mistake: At the beginning when Remo steals the ambulance, Mcready tells him to turn left. Remo makes the hand movements to turn left on the steering wheel, yet the wheel doesn't move.

Continuity mistake: When Grove is shooting at Remo with the handgun and Remo is ducking the bullets, the trees behind Remo change position throughout the scene.

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Chiun: I do not wear glasses so that I may see. I wear glasses so that I may see... more.

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Trivia: Chiun says that he is from a village called Sinanju in Korea, and that all martial arts descend from Sinanju, the perfect martial art. In the name of the village, Chiun was telling the truth; it does exist in North Korea. However, the martial art Sinanju is bogus.

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