Pet Sematary

Pet Sematary (1989)

28 mistakes - chronological order

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Continuity mistake: When the neighbours' house is burned down near the end of the film, it is shown briefly three more times without any damage.

Continuity mistake: When Victor's corpse is in the hospital, the position of the streaks of blood down the middle of his forehead next to the wound change between shots.

Revealing mistake: When Lewis gets out of the tub and has a towel around him, you can see he has underwear on.

Revealing mistake: When Louis goes to give Gage the shot if you look closely you can see that the needle doesn't leave a puncture mark.

Continuity mistake: In the scene at the table where Jud admits he is to blame for what happened to Gage, Louis is talking to him and the scene cuts to a wide shot. As Louis is talking he is looking at Jud and has his mouth open. Cut, and his head is down and his mouth closed.

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Continuity mistake: When Louis enters his garage, he leans his rake against the wall. When Church the cat runs out, the angle of the rake is different.

Other mistake: In the beginning of the scene where Gage is killed by the Orinco truck, the truck leaves the plant. The number on the trailer is marked T-80. In the scene, the truck rolls over in the accident. In later scenes where Rachel hitches a ride home with another Orinco truck, the number on the trailer is also marked T-80.

Continuity mistake: When Ellie runs to the tire-swing, she does a cartwheel and looses her hat, but in the next shot, her hat's back on her head.

biglee1901

Louis Creed: My father used to have a saying, Jud. God sees the truth... But waits.

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Trivia: At the beginning of the movie when it shows the pet graves in the Pet Sematary there is a grave that says, "Smucky the Cat, he was obedient." Smucky the Cat was actually Stephen King's daughter's cat that was killed.

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Answer: Because in the book, the sign at the entrance to the "Pet Semetary" was written by some anonymous child. Clearly he/she couldn't spell that well yet.

Grumpy Scot

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