Corrected entry: Peggy Sue laughs out loud at the fact that her father bought an Edsel, presumably because of her future knowledge that the car was a total flop. But the car failed precisely because people thought it was ugly THEN; it didn't become ugly in retrospect.
Corrected entry: While watching television with her sister, Peggy Sue sneaks a drink of liquor and sets the bottle without the cap on, back down. When she comes back in the house after viewing her father's new Edsel, she picks up the bottle and has to take the cap off.
Corrected entry: In one scene, Kathleen Turner and her friends are riding in a convertible and when the reach their destination, not only is the top up, the car isn't even a convertible anymore.
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