Copland

Copland (1997)

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Corrected entry: When Sylvester Stallone is asked why he couldn't join the NYPD, he points at his left ear and says it was because of deafness...but his deaf ear was the right.

Correction: He used his left hand to point to his head generally to indicate deafness, not specifically to his left ear.

Watchful

Corrected entry: In a scene between Liotta and Stallone on the front porch, Liotta deliberately lays his beer can on its side on the porch railing. In the next scene it is standing upright.

Correction: The can is upright because Liotta puts it upright himself on camera.

Corrected entry: Midway through the film a character speaks to Stallone from the back of his squad car and then gets up and leaves. I thought you couldn't open the back door of a police car from the inside.

Correction: The guy in the back is also a cop and would know that so just didn't close the door when he got in.

tw_stuart

Corrected entry: In the flashback scene where the young Freddy is in the submerged car, he uses the side of his head to smash the window from inside, but the glass breaks just before he hits it for the last time.

Correction: In the DVD version we don't see the glass break and I see nothing else unusual about this scene.

tw_stuart

Continuity mistake: The first scene with Murray Babitch driving across the George Washington Bridge from New York to New Jersey was actually filmed going the other direction. When driving from New York to New Jersey on the lower level of the bridge you enter a black tunnel first, and exit through a yellow tiled tunnel. The scene in the film starts in the yellow tiled tunnel - New Jersey to New York direction.

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Sheriff Freddy Heflin: You people are all the same.

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Trivia: In the trailer, there is a scene in which a purple Geo Tracker is doing a 180 degree turn. This scene is not in the film.

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