Corrected entry: The movie was released in 1986 and is set in "an early year of a decade, not too long before our own." And yet, in the song "Mean Green Mother From Outer Space, " Audrey II sings "you can keep The Thing, keep the IT, keep The Creature, they don't mean shit!" Stephen King's book titled IT was released in 1986.
Corrected entry: As Seymour's worries about Audrey II start to get worse, Audrey II says "You think this is all a coincidence baby, your sudden success around here, the press coverage?" Listen carefully to "the press coverage". This is a dub over of the original line "Your adoption papers" (this line also fits better with the mouth movement). Since Seymour wasn't adopted by Mushnik in the movie this wouldn't make sense for Audrey II to say.tavenger5
Corrected entry: When Orin (Steve Martin the Dentist) first enters the movie he tortures several patients. One child in particular he knees in the stomach as he takes a pair of pliers to his teeth. He pretends to grab onto a tooth and turn it several times. Unfortunately, the pliers look as though they are grabbing the child's tongue because it is neither angled up or down (where it would need to be to grab the teeth).
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