Directed by: John R. Cherry III
Starring: Barbara Tyson, Bill Byrge, Gailard Sartain, Jim Varney
Genres: Comedy, Crime, Family
Continuity mistake: When Ernest pulls the bank banner off the wall and starts flying around, there's shots of that same wall with the banner back up and the two flags are gone.
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Ernest P. Worrell: Did you hear the one about the three legged dog that walked into a bar and said, "I'm lookin' for the guy that shot my paw."
There are a couple times you can see the tape that marks where the actors are supposed to stand in the shot. In the beginning, when Bobby and his brother walk in on Ernest trying to get a cleaning machine to work, look on the floor and you will see some tape in the shape of a T. Bobby will move his feet to the T. Also when a criminal begs for Nash's help because he killed someone, and Nash walks forward, look on the floor to see another tape T, and what do ya know, Nash stops right on the T.
In the jail cell when Ernest is going on about death you see the shadow of what looks to be a grim reaper on the wall.