Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

Revealing mistake: When the Charger hits the red truck, the truck turns over with the assistance of a 'pipe cannon' (note the sudden eruption of white smoke from under the truck). This device is like a large gun, pointed down that fires a cylindrical wooden 'bullet' at the ground, and the pressure behind it forces one side of the truck upward, causing the flip. Evidence of its use is seen when the passing cop drives away and in the street is a perfectly circular 'dent' in the asphalt with a burn mark surrounding it.

01:12:50 - 01:16:20


Revealing mistake: When the helicopter lands in the field due to lack of fuel, you can tell by the disturbed ground that the helicopter has landed there several times, or at least it was prepared ahead of time.


William Bergquist

Revealing mistake: When the helicopter is chasing the charger, in several shots, only the driver is visible in the charger when there should be three people.


William Bergquist

Revealing mistake: When the Impala turns left in front of the Delta Charter bus, you can see a deep, C-shaped rut on the soft shoulder of the road at the far right that was made on a previous take (the scene has the car following a nearly identical path as the prior take).



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