Superman III

Continuity mistake: Gus serves Brad an extra shot of vodka. He takes a sip and says "yeah, perfect." In the following shot the club in his fist is protruding less than in the previous shot. (00:44:06)

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Continuity mistake: The shot outside of the bus where Jimmy and Clark are shows a woman and a man sitting on the front seats. In the shot inside the bus they disappear.

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Continuity mistake: When Gus breaks the lattice in pieces and skis away, in the immediate wide angle all the falling wood and debris has disappeared.

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Revealing mistake: When Gus flies off with his skis, note that the wooden lattice is already broken before his crash to allow for the stunt.

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Continuity mistake: At the snowy terrace, Gus tells Ross that Superman "is bad." Ross has his index finger pointing at his temple, but a shot later it's lowered. (00:54:53)

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Character mistake: When Gus is programming his new salary raise he mistypes Overide instead of Override.

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Revealing mistake: During the Pisa tower scenes, the sky is always the same, plus the balloons in the stall have the exact same position, revealing not only that the shot is a chroma, but that both scenes were shot the same day.

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Continuity mistake: When Superman struggles to stop being dragged by the computer, there is debris all over the floor. When the computer explodes the debris disappears.

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Revealing mistake: As Superman takes off from the coal mine, there are two dark lines over him. That was an attempt to mask out the wires.

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Revealing mistake: After getting blasted by the big missile, as Superman goes to leave the rock face, the surface flexes, showing it's fake.

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Revealing mistake: As Superman takes off from the junkyard, the background can be seen through him.

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Continuity mistake: When Superman takes Clark's glasses, he folds one arm of the glasses in. A moment later, that arm is extended, and he folds both arms and crushes them.

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Revealing mistake: After throwing Clark into the compacter, Evil Superman flies to the control booth. As he walks through the door, the background can be seen through him.

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Continuity mistake: When the toy penguin waddles into the smudge pot, its right wing and head catch fire. When Clark sees it, only a small amount of flame is on top of the head.

Revealing mistake: After Clark defeats Evil Superman, he flies to the Statue of Liberty. The whole landscape is a still image with the ripples and the boats completely static.

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Continuity mistake: In the junkyard, when Clark comes out of the container, the hole he produces changes shape depending on the angle.

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Continuity mistake: Evil Superman is chasing Clark on a conveyor belt and starts to shout and move swiftly as if he was flying. A frame later, from another angle, he is calmed, walking and repeating all previous movements.

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Continuity mistake: When Gus is biting Ross, his hand rests on Gus's cheek, a frame later it rests on his head.

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Continuity mistake: When Ross is staying late at work, two women are taking their tennis shoes off. When the angle changes, the woman on the left is walking towards her locker and grabbing her tennis shoes again.

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Continuity mistake: Noticeable hand-double during the close-up of Gus unscrewing the fuse: Very dark skin and long fingernails as opposed to Gus's short nails and light-brown coloured hands.

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Ross Webster: What will it do?
Gus Gorman: Anything I tell it.
Ross Webster: What will it do for me?
Gus Gorman: For you, it will do anything you tell me to tell it to do for you.

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Trivia: Richard Pryor originally turned the film down because he thought the script was rubbish. He admitted he only accepted the role because he was offered five million dollars for it.

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Question: When Gus is eating at a diner, he overhears a man telling another man that somebody is making money off the oil shortage. How?

Answer: For one, when a commodity like oil is in short supply and the demand is high, the price rises significantly.

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