Directed by: Trey Parker
Starring: Ian Hardin, Jason McHugh, Jon Hegel, Matt Stone
Genres: Biography, Comedy, Horror, Musical, Western
Revealing mistake: When Alferd runs from the saloon with a lynch mob behind him, we can see a line in the dirt ahead of him that serves as a marker for where he is supposed to run.
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Bell: You're gonna have to find a more constructive way to show your frustration.Miller: Okay. Well fuck you. How's that for constructive?Bell: Great. Now go to time out, mister.Swan: We warned you.Miller: Man, you guys are weird.
In the prosecuting attorney's speech in the first courtroom scene, the judge's house of cards is no more than 2 levels high (a base level with a peak) [0:2:20]. In the close-up shot of the judge, the house of cards changes to 3 levels high (2 base levels and a peak)[0:2:35]. When the scene focuses back on the prosecuting attorney, the house is back to two levels of height[0:2:39].
The courtroom judge is played by Trey Parker's dad.