Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)

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Corrected entry: The Charger explodes twice after crashing into the train.

Correction: Actually, three. Twice at normal speed from different angles, then once in slow motion from a third angle. But this isn't an 'error' as it is not meant to suggest three explosions - just the same one shown from three angles for emotional effect. Deliberate artistic license.

Corrected entry: In the scene where they are leaving the pool hall/bar they crash into another vehicle. Later, that fender is seen in pristine condition.

Correction: No such incident. They leave the bar, get gas, then speed off as a police car spots them. The cop car slips on a fuel spill and crashes as the Charger drives off without hitting anything (1:07:30-1:07:50). Later on (1:12:50-1:13:00), they collide with a red pickup and seriously crush the driver's front fender. It remains damaged this way for the rest of the film.

Corrected entry: Near the beginning of the movie, Larry and his friend are fixing a car. Larry asks Mary, who is sitting on driver's bench, to turn the driving wheel, but she has fallen asleep. Larry wakes her up, and Mary starts to turn the wheel, without knowing that Larry wants her to turn it.

Correction: Not true at all. When she wakes, she grabs the wheel and bobbles it a bit as she clasps her fingers at the top, draping her forearms down the sides of the wheel, then rests her chin on her hands to await instructions. She doesn't turn the wheel 'til asked to by Deke.

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Larry Rayder: If a man was smart, you know what he'd do right now?
Deke: What?
Larry Rayder: I don't know. I thought maybe you'd know.



During the chase where Larry's Charger knocks a police car in the river, the '69 Charger becomes a '68 Charger in one shot, as seen from the front. The '68 has a different grille than the '69 models.



The final train crash scene was used in the opening credits of the 1980's TV show "The Fall Guy" starring Lee Majors.