Brewster's Millions

Brewster's Millions (1985)

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Corrected entry: Monty Brewster needs to spend $30 million dollars in a months time and have nothing to show for it at the end. One of the stipulations is that he cannot destroy anything of value. There is a scene where he buys a valuable postage stamp that was printed upside down and then, so that he doesn't own it at the end of the month, mails a letter with the stamp on it. This would cause the stamp to no longer retain its value as there would be a postage mark on the stamp.

Correction: But he doesn't DESTROY it. It still exists. Moreover, he actually uses it for its intended purpose.

Correction: Postage stamps are valuable used too.

Except he doesn't own it since he used it for its intended purpose and now it's not in his possession. But, he didn't gave it away as a gift.


Factual error: Clocks usually mark the hour with their first chime. The one in Granville and Baxter's office starts striking in the seconds leading up to midnight, even though its hands are showing the time as still before the hour.


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