Cheech and Chong's Up In Smoke

Audio problem: When Cheech and Chong are being questioned by the officer at the border, the officer says "you got any narcotics, any marijuana in here?". His lips continue moving but we can't hear him. (00:45:45)


Continuity mistake: When Cheech is turning over his car to pick up Chong you see him starting to turn over before he reach Chong. When it cuts Cheech has passed Chong before turning over. (00:07:40)


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Border Guard: So, how long you've been in Mexico?
Pedro: A week. I mean a day.
Border Guard: Well, which is it? A week or a day?
Pedro: A weekday.

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Question: During the Battle of the Bands near the end of the film, a band with a singer who sounds like and somewhat resembles Joey Ramone performs a song called "So Socko" (or possibly "So Psycho"). I've heard some people insist that it was, in fact, Joey Ramone in an uncredited role, but it doesn't really look like him and doesn't have Joey's stage presence, i.e, standing still throughout the performance as opposed to moving about the stage. So who was the actual singer for this particular band?


Answer: The lead singer is Rick Wilder. The band is credited as "Berlin Brats" (The Groups). The song is called "Psychotic", or sometimes listed as " (I'm) Psychotic", but it seems the middle part was cut out for the film or maybe arranged differently for the film.


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