A Fish Called Wanda

Revealing mistake: When Otto holds Archie upside-down, out the window, the rigid outline of the support is quite visible under Archie's pants' material.

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Super Grover

Revealing mistake: When Archie enters the kitchen to talk with his daughter we can see Wendy reflected in the door glass moving in to position waiting to come in to the picture.

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Mortug

Revealing mistake: When Otto is firing at Ken, while Ken is driving the steam roller, you can see the explosive pack on the steel post before the bullet hits it.

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Mortug

Revealing mistake: When Otto is shooting at the security camera we can see on the security screen that he isn't pointing directly at the camera, but to the side of the camera.

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Mortug

Revealing mistake: Towards the end when Archie is driving Wanda to the flat in his car, during the shot when she asks him to "say something in Italian" you can see John Cleese is trying desperately hard to keep a straight face (and not altogether succeeding).

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Quotes

Otto: Asshole.

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Mistakes

After Ken reverses the steamroller after running Otto over with it, you can see a red patch signifying his splattered body in front of the roller. However, a few scenes later, Otto is seen alive. (Otto was originally meant to die, until test audience feedback influenced a change of mind on the part of the filmmakers.)

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Trivia

John Cleese's character name, Archie Leach, was Cary Grant's real name (Archibald Leach). John named his character himself as a tribute because they were born in towns near to each other.

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