Corrected entry: At Andy's funeral Jerry Lawler's real life wife Stacey "The Kat" Carter can be seen sitting next to him, but the only problem is Andy supposedly died in 1984, and Jerry Lawler's wife would've only been 14 at the time. I don't even think that they met till a couple of years later, yet she's still there and looks to be about 29 or 30 - her current age.
Corrected entry: In one scene we see Tony Clifton performing on a stage (played by Carrey). And then Andy suddenly shows up on stage next to him dancing. We later learn that Tony that night was portrayed by Andy's friend Bob Zmuda. Trouble is Zmuda looks nothing like Andy. He is much shorter, overweight and has a double chin.Gavin Jackson
Corrected entry: Andy somehow already had a recording of the reading of The Great Gatsby ready to go on his record player, before knowing that the college audience was going to annoy him by clamouring for Latka.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Andy has just met Lynn and they are about to wrestle, when they reach out to shake hands notice that they both reach out with their left hand; the shot is reversed.
Corrected entry: When Andy and Lynn go to the movies on their 1st date he buys a large popcorn. When they both leave the movies the popcorn container is still full to the top.
Corrected entry: Towards the end of the film, Andy has lost his hair due to his cancer treatment and you can see stubble on his head - obviously because he shaved his head. In reality, someone who receives cancer treatment will lose their hair completely and have no stubble at all.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Andy and his girlfriend are at the movies, you can see in the background that the movie is E.T. This happens before Andy gets in that famous fight with the wrestler that ends up with a vocal battle on David Letterman. The actual fight took place in early April 1982, a full two months before E.T. premiered in the theaters.
Corrected entry: When Andy and Bob first enter the whorehouse, Bob enters first then Andy enters and tries to leave. I could swear that Bob says "Jim" instead of Andy, trying to coax him back into the whorehouse.