D3: The Mighty Ducks

Continuity mistake: After the first bash brother "strips" in the penalty box, the next time you see him (5 min later) you see him with all his pads on and everything. They never refer to the fact that he threw his pads into the crowd.

Continuity mistake: Coach Orion throws the puck at the bulletin board and makes a hole in it, but when he walks out of the locker room, the hole is gone.

Other mistake: After Guy gets hurt in the warriors/ducks game, the scoreboard is shown. It says that there is 15 seconds left in the third period, when it is really the second period.

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Trivia: When Charlie and Fulton go to the amusement park, an arcade attendant jokes with them about playing hooky. The man who plays the arcade attendant in this movie also played an unnamed celebrity at Coach Bombay's party in D2, and the same man played a lawyer in the first movie. He also happens to be the movie's screenwriter, Steven Brill.

Trivia: The actress playing Connie has the same surname as her character - Moreau.

Trivia: The actor who plays Coach Wilson (the Varsity coach) in D3 also played a Goodwill Games referee in D2. I am not sure if he is meant to be the same character or not, but it is definitely the same actor: a man named Jack Whyte.

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Mrs. Madigan: Every Monday, you will have a practice quiz. Every Wednesday, you will have a real quiz. Every Friday, you will have an exam. And any time I feel like it, you will have a surprise quiz or exam.

Dwayne: What'd he say?
Russ: Something about a shrinking sphincter.

Charlie Conway: Goldberg! Goldie, I knew you could do it.
Goldberg: Don't ever do that to me again.
Charlie Conway: Goldberg, you scored. We win.

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