Mr. Deeds

Mr. Deeds (2002)

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Corrected entry: During the whole scene where Pam falls into the ice, and Deeds rescues her, you can never see their breath, although it is very cold, what with it being winter and there being ice and snow around. (01:12:40 - 01:15:00)

Hamster Premium member

Correction: I can tell you, being from Minnesota, that sometimes when it is cold, you still can't see your breath. Also, it can be 30 degrees when there is ice and snow around.

Corrected entry: In the fire scene when Rob Schneider gets the cat, it is grey with white stripes. At the end of the movie when he says a line from Deeds Hallmark card, he has a black cat.

Correction: It's just a different cat. Since the woman was also rescued from the fire, one could assume she just got all of her cats back, and enough time passed that Schneider could have just found another cat.

Corrected entry: After Deeds says his speech at his great uncle's funeral, he opens up the casket. First of all, he wouldn't be still frozen. Secondly, he would be dressed in a suit.

Josh Appelbaum

Correction: He wouldn't necessarily be dressed in a suit. When you die you usually can be dressed in anything that you want. I agree that he wouldn't have been still frozen.

Other mistake: Near the end of the movie, directly after Deeds pulls Babe out of the ice cold water, is it just me or is her Old-Navy-type jacket still dry? (It still looks light colored and fuzzy) Should it not be wet considering her whole body was just in water? (01:14:25)

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Trivia: Sticking with the To Kill A Mockingbird references, in the scene where Deeds and Pam are outside of Pam's "apartment" and the old lady and dog walk out. She calls the lady "Mrs. Finch" and the dog "Atticus". Atticus Finch was the main characters name in To Kill A Mockingbird.

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Chosen answer: Mr. French was the butler on a TV show from the late 60's, called Family Affair. He was played by Sebastion Cabot, a rotund actor.

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