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Revealing mistake: Near the start of the film, when Lt. Harley is watching his love interest show off by doing gymnastics on the tree limbs, several times you can see the actual pole she is swinging on, not the tree limb.

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Revealing mistake: When Topper launches the olive off her belly button in the romance scene, her entire chest moves, showing that it's obviously not her chest.

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Revealing mistake: In the scene where a fighter plane parks on a handicapped parking lot (on a carrier), the openings of the missile pods on that plane and its neighbour are merely painted on.

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Revealing mistake: When Ramada starts singing and is walking up the slanted piano, you can easily tell that the whole room is slanted by the way people are sitting in the background. Ramada is actually walking parallel to the floor.

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Near the start of the film, when Lt. Harley is watching his love interest show off by doing gymnastics on the tree limbs, several times you can see the actual pole she is swinging on, not the tree limb.

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