Other People's Money

Other People's Money (1991)

2 mistakes - chronological order

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Continuity mistake: After Garfield has finished his speech at the stock holder's meeting, he returns to his chair and crosses his legs. They cut away and then quickly cut back to him in a long shot and he crosses his legs again in the exact same manner.

Factual error: Garfield plays a violin in the film. The miniature displayed on the desk is supposed to be a violin, but it is actually a cello on its side.

Lawrence Garfield: I love money. I love money more than the things it can buy. There's only one thing I love more than money. You know what that is? other PEOPLE'S money.

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Trivia: The movie featured Garfield eating a lot of doughnuts. He actually doesn't eat junk food - the doughnuts he ate were special-ordered from a health-food company that were low-fat, no sugar, and weren't fried.

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