Innocent Blood

Innocent Blood (1992)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where the vampire girl first meets the mob boss she says that she is lost and can't find the subway. The film is set in Pittsburgh which has no subway system.

Correction: There actually is a subway in downtown Pittsburgh. It may only have three stops, but it's really there. See the following link (http://www.portauthority.org/ride/pgT.asp).

Kevin Hall

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Mistakes

In the chase scene about an hour into the movie, Robert Loggia is shown entering the Liberty Tunnel, driving on a wet road. Note the vaulted round ceiling of the tunnel. Next, we see a series of shots of him in the tunnel, and then a shot of the sun rising over Pittsburgh as he is about to leave the tunnel. Here is the problem - the sunrise shot is taken from the Fort Pitt tunnel on a different day. Note the dry road, the barriers to the driver's left at the tunnel exit and the Fort Pitt bridge straight ahead. There is no place for the driver to make a left turn out of this tunnel. Also note that the POV is from the left lane. All the Liberty Tunnel shots show Loggia in the right lane. The next shot shows Loggia exiting the Liberty Tunnel and making a left turn from the right lane, causing a pile-up.

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Trivia

As Loggia and his henchmen are about to enter the strip club, note the movie marquee in the background with the title "See You Next Wednesday." This fictional movie is director John Landis' first attempted screenplay, and appears somewhere in most of his films. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/See_You_Next_Wednesday.

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