Porky's (1982)

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Corrected entry: At the end of the film we see Sheriff Wallace shoot the hood ornament from Porky's car. A moment later we see Porky and his gang pushing the car away and the hood ornament is back on.


Correction: The hood ornament is only half blown off. The ornament is still broken when they push the car away.


Corrected entry: Towards the end of the film after the high school guys had attached cables to Porky's place to pull it down, they blow the horn on their truck to get Porky's attention. When Porky comes out onto the bridge with his henchmen, watch when he takes a swing back with his baseball bat, he accidentally hits one of his men on the nose. The actor tries to play it cool but you can tell it was not part of the script.

Correction: Well he may not have meant to hit him but he did. Perfectly acceptable for a movie, not a mistake. As for him trying to stay cool, who's to say he wasn't just trying to maintain his dignity?

Corrected entry: When Coach Brakett is talking to Honeywell on the stairs, she is wearing tights/pantyhose. Yet when they get into the locker room, she isn't wearing any.

Correction: She sure is, because he pulls them off.

Corrected entry: In the scene when Pee Wee and his friends are at Porky's and watch the strip show, the stripper dancing in front of Pee Wee and Meat is wearing a tanga. How can that be when the tanga was introduced in the 1980's and the movie takes place in the late 1950's-early 1960's?

Correction: While the tanga swimsuit was popularized in Brazil in the '80's, people have been wearing g-strings of one sort or another for thousands of years.

Continuity mistake: When they guys are fleeing the house in the woods, in the long shot Meat is in front of Mickey, but in the close up Mickey is in front of Meat. (00:21:25)

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Question: How did Tim's dad know about the incident with the black guy and about the fight with Schwartz?

Answer: He likely heard about it around town. Anti-semitism was fairly common at the time so word of someone being beaten in a fight by a Jew would travel fast.

So then, how did he also know about the incident with the black man? It happened clear out of town and the only ones who knew about it were Tommy and Billy since they set the whole thing up and the others didn't know about it until after they run out of the hut.

The rest had been back for a while before his dad showed up. Back then this was a small town and again word gets around real fast.

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