Factual error: In the scene when the two criminals are in the hardware store, two vehicles are parked outside that are clearly late 1960's automobiles, despite the film being set in 1959. (00:15:25)
Continuity mistake: When Robert Blake and his accomplice take the father and son to the basement, Blake pulls the string on a hanging lamp and the room becomes fairly bright. A moment later, Blake's accomplice pushes the father into the same room, which is now significantly less well lit, even though the same hanging light is still on.
Perry: It's true! Really true! We're on our way and never coming back. Never! And no regrets.
Dick: For you. You're leaving nothing. What about my old man... and my mother? They'll still be there when my checks start bouncing.
Perry: It's nice the way you think about your folks.
Dick: Yeah! I'm a real thoughtful bastard.
Dick: I don't know gold dust from diarrhea.
Reporter: I see, the hangman's ready. What's his name?
Alvin Dewey: We the People.
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