Hudson Hawk

Hudson Hawk (1991)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where Hudson Hawk is casing out the Museum to steal the book he is writing notes down with his left hand, but in the next shot you see Hawk's reflection in the mirror writing with his right.

Correction: As you said, it is a reflection. So, everything is correct here. Just stand sideways in front of a mirror and write something with your left hand, same effect.

Corrected entry: Minerva Mayflower says that gold and lead are 1 proton apart. Gold is element 79, lead is 82 - that's 3.



Correction: Character error, not movie error.


Corrected entry: Hudson Hawk is named as a "master thief" throughout the movie. It's interesting that during the first robbery (of the horse statue), he does not use any gloves or a mask. This movie is a comedy, but still...

Correction: He hardly ever gets seen or caught, but in an interview Bruce Willis said his character is a publicity hound, and likes the recognision. How would they know Hudson Hawk was a master thief if they didn't know it was Hudson Hawk?



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When Tommy and Darwin Mayflower are in the back of the limo, Darwin dives out and the door slams immediately before Tommy has time to catch it. The shot changes to outside the limo and Darwin is just now jumping from the limo. It is not just the same shot from a different angle because this time the door stays open much longer, long enough for the limo to drive out of the shot. From this angle there would have been more than enough time for Tommy to grab the door.



At the time this was one of the biggest box-office flops ever, making back less than $9 million from its $65 million budget.