Corrected entry: When Billy is shot through the hand by Lempke's daughter, you can see the wound is red. When he goes to sleep a close-up of his hand is shown, and the projectile apparently has gone right through it, leaving a nasty hole. How could the wound be red (without a hole) first?
Corrected entry: Lempke saves Billy by putting his curse into a pie. Lempke warns Billy that somebody has to eat the pie. But when Billy returns home, he obviously has healed a bit. So why is it necessary that somebody eats the pie, since Billy already seems to be cured from the curse?
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