Wrongfully Accused

Continuity mistake: In the beginning, as Nelson plays his violin you can see a quiver on his back, the next scene it is gone.

Other mistake: Mr. Nielsen is hard of hearing and typically wears hearing aids during rehearsals, removing them for the actual takes. In the scene where he is eating spaghetti in the hotel room and watching the news on TV, he suddenly glances behind him at the initials written on the wall. When he turns his head, you can see the hearing aid in one ear; apparently he forgot to take it out before filming.

Continuity mistake: In the beginning, in the concert scene, where Harrison does the Jimi Hendrix-style ending, he smashes his violin to pieces and the bow disappears somewhere. However, in the next shot, the violin and the bow are in his hand, intact.

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Trivia: When Ryan is in the hospital looking for the records room, two PA announcements are overheard. The first one is for Dr. Kimball. Dr. Kimball is a fictional character in the hit TV series The Fugitive who was charged with the murder of his wife and became a fugitive while trying to prove himself innocent. The second announcement is for Dr. Kevorkian to Mr. Simpson's room. In Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult, Nordberg, who was portrayed by O.J. Simpson, suggest that Leslie Nielsen be given Dr. Kevorkian's home phone number.


Judge: Ryan Harrison, a jury of your peers have found you guilty of murder. On August 12th at Stillwater Federal Prison you shall have your sentence carried out. You shall be executed buffet style: lethally injected, electrocuted, and placed before a firing squad. May God have mercy on your soul, you bastard you.

Ryan Harrison: These are on sale, right?
Roman: Sure, yeah. $32.50, okay? You betcha, sure.

Cass Lake: We're six floors up. No-one can see you.
Off-screen voice: Hey, Cass. Who's your new friend?

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