Bless the Child

Continuity mistake: When Eric and Cody goes to the back alley somewhere, he unscrews the cap to the kerosene can and sets it down. In the next shot,the homeless man picks it up and unscrews it again.

Continuity mistake: In the film there is a small red-headed boy with one blind white eye. The first time he is on screen he is batting tin cans. He turns to look and you see his deformed left eye. Later in the film in a church you see this child again and the right eye is now cloudy white.

Continuity mistake: When Agent Travis and Maggie arrive at Stark's estate, Travis exits from the rear of the squad car with no assistance from the officer in front. However, police cruisers have no door handles on the inside of the rear doors.

More mistakes in Bless the Child

Eric Stark: Oh Maggie, are you really going to shoot me in front of Cody?
Maggie O'Connor: Close your eyes, honey.

Woman on Bus: What do you think about all that?
Maggie O'Connor: Oh, I don't know. I'm not sure I believe in that kind of thing.
Woman on Bus: Well that don't matter. It's there whether you believe or not believe. It don't care.

Good Samaritan Janitor: Well you'll catch him, I got a good feeling about this.
John Travis: You do, huh?
Good Samaritan Janitor: You're wrong about one thing, though.
John Travis: What's that?
Good Samaritan Janitor: You're not working alone tonight. A good man is never alone in this world.

More quotes from Bless the Child

Question: In the scene where Maggie is putting Cody to bed, why does she look under Cody's nightgown and ask "Where is that mouse?"

Chosen answer: She was just being playful with her, Like the 'I've got your nose' thing.

Question: When Cody is balled up frightened under a table, she hears laughter and goes to look out the window. The laughing turns out to be several punks in the alley stabbing something, what is it?

Chosen answer: It appears to be some kind of stray animal, possibly a cat from the small size.

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