Convoy

Continuity mistake: Near the end of the film when Spider Mike is rescued from a town. The Rubber Duck's truck is damaged. It loses the bullbars on the front, and the windbreaker on the roof is flattened against the roof of the cab. Yet after leaving the town, in a series of shots showing the Rubber Duck's truck. The damage disappears or varies. The windbreaker appears fixed and so do the bars, but in the next shot just the windbreaker is fixed and the bars aren't. It continues like this through a montage and then in the next scene when it cuts back to a close up of the truck both are damaged again. (01:47:40)

Continuity mistake: At the end of the film when Rubber Duck's truck is being shot to pieces, the gunmen take out his remaining headlamp (he lost the first running through the road block) twice.

Continuity mistake: When Pig Pen crashes his truck into the jail to get Spider Mike, the windshield of his truck is cracked (shot of Ali in the back shows the crack), but when they are heading to Mexico, his windshield is no longer cracked (when the food is thrown at his truck after the ice cream truck wreck.).

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Sheriff Lyle Wallace aka Cottonmouth: You oughta be shot right where you're standing! So help me if I had a gun, I'd do it myself.
Rubber Duck: That badge would make it all right, wouldn't it?

Melissa: Why do they call you the Duck?
Rubber Duck: Because it rhymes with "luck." See, my daddy always told me to be just like a duck. Stay smooth on the surface and paddle like the devil underneath.

Bobby 'Love Machine' 'Pig Pen': Boy, these lonely long highways sure grind the souls of us cowboys.

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Question: Where was the opening filmed? It looks like somewhere with snow, but must be a desert?

Chosen answer: White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.

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