Child's Play 2
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Continuity mistake: In the classroom scene, the huge blow-up globe sitting by the wall changes position between shots. (00:34:10)

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Visible crew/equipment: After Andy knocks into something in the basement, in the next shot from behind, you can see a crewmember's head in the bottom-right of the screen, ducking down. (00:42:20)

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Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Andy's foster parents are talking about Chucky and the camera slides from their room to Andy's, you can see the camera's reflection in one or a few pictures on the wall.

Continuity mistake: In the first movie, when the batteries fall out of the Good Guy box, they are size D. When Andy goes to check the batteries in this movie and opens Chucky up, the batteries are marked size C. (00:26:00 - 00:27:00)

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Continuity mistake: Early in the film when the Chucky doll is being rebuilt, he is put together limb by limb and has a hard plastic body. When the doll is complete and seen in later scenes throughout the movie he has floppy arms and legs which would indicate a stuffed soft body doll. The good guy doll was shown as a soft body doll several times in the first film, like when Maggie picks him up from from in front of the TV by his arm. (00:03:10 - 00:15:30)

Chucky: You little shit. Do you realise what you've done? It's too late. I've spent to much time in this body. I'm fucking trapped in here!

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Trivia: The film was originally meant to be set during the holiday season, to justify why the toy factory was working overtime and was producing so many dolls, but this aspect of the story was cut out during re-writes.

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