Any Which Way You Can

Deliberate mistake: At the end fight scene, when they are in the barn one of the men falls crashes through the wall when they get hit, spilling the fight to the outside. Unless the barn's walls were made of cheap plywood, the wall would not have given away so easily. Obviously done for dramatic purposes.

Continuity mistake: When the "fight" starts and they crash through the restaurant window, the lady who stands and screams on the left, does so twice as the camera angle changes.

MCKD

Revealing mistake: It's obvious that when Clyde disassembles the car, the car has been pre-disassembled so Clyde would have an easy time taking it apart. Specifically the doors and trunk lid.

William Bergquist

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Orville Boggs: Philo... Jordan said he'd give us 200 big ones if we scrap that Merc for him.
Philo Beddoe: Great. Clyde? Scrap the Merc.
Orville Boggs: Come on, Clyde! You got work to do.

Wyoming Trooper: Son, you are a walking violation of the laws of nature, but we don't enforce them laws.

Philo Beddoe: A hand out is what you get from the government, a hand up is what you get from a friend.

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Question: Not being a gambler, the terms they use has always confused me. For example at the end the Black Widows tell Beekman that he still owed them $0.70 on the dollar. What does this mean? How much does this add up to?

SAZOO1975

Chosen answer: This means 70%, ie. for every dollar they are owed they will only recieve 70 cents.


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