The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

Other mistake: After the avalanche when the yetis are pulling the people out of the snow the first person they pull out is by a house or shrine, as they pull them out look closely at the wall right behind them--the "snow" flips up like paper.

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Other mistake: When Rick and Evy are fighting the clay mummies, Rick yells, "Shut up, clay boy!" before he hits the mummy with a machine gun. In the very next shot, he is holding a pistol - an entirely different gun, as it never shows Rick dropping the machine gun and pulling out a pistol.

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Other mistake: When the avalanche is over and the Yeti are digging out our heroes, they are conveniently less than four feet from the surface of the snow, despite the fact that millions of tons of snow has just landed on them.

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Jonathan Carnahan: I hate mummies. They never play fair.

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Trivia

The name of first assistant director, P.J. Voeten, appears as the brand name of the dynamite which is planned to be used for the blow-up of the tower in the Gateway.

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