Directed by: David Zucker
Starring: George Kennedy, Leslie Nielsen, O.J. Simpson, Priscilla Presley, Richard Griffiths, Robert Goulet
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime
Corrected entry: Right after the zoo accident and before the dancing scene, a giraffe runs past a house and it makes a sound, but giraffes don't make any vocal sounds.
Correction: It's a misconception that giraffes make no sounds.http://www.puppetopia.com/giraffe/Info.htm#e.
Corrected entry: Just before Frank bursts through the door that hits Barbara Bush, you can see the special doorstop mounted on the floor to protect the actress from being bopped in the nose.
Correction: Many doors have such rubber doorstops to prevent them hitting the wall or breaking their own hinges by opening too wide, particularly heavily used doors like one in a public room like this.
Corrected entry: In the bathroom, Savage screws a suppressor onto a revolver. Most revolvers cannot be suppressed in this way.
Correction: While this is true, you have to consider the humor of this movie. So this can't really qualify as a mistake.
The Naked Gun
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Commissioner Brumford: [On phone.] Hello? He did what? How many animals escaped? Oh, my god.Frank: Hello, Commissioner. You're looking lovely this evening.Commissioner Brumford: Do you realize that because of you this city is being overrun by baboons?Frank: Well, isn't that the fault of the voters?
At the conference, when the President is announced, there is a wide shot of the crowd and you see a lot of people standing in the background against the wall. There are also several spotlights turned on. Then it cuts to the stage where Frank and the squad are walking. When it cuts back to the crowd all the people in the background are gone and the spotlights are switched off. The crowd reappears later and the spotlights are on again.
Parody singer Weird Al Yankovic had cameo appearances in all three of "The Naked Gun" movies, but in this one he was in an 'unrecognizable' role; namely as the thug who holds the Police Squad at gunpoint until Frank opens the door, inadvertently knocking him out.