Death Proof
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Continuity mistake: When Stuntman Mike is eating and talking to the blonde girl in the bar, he is holding a glass of club soda. When the shot reverses, he is wiping his hands, then when the shot returns, he is holding the club soda again.

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Continuity mistake: During the final chase scene, as Stuntman Mike started for a while to dab the girls' car, in a scene the shadows of the cars change size between one shot and another.

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Visible crew/equipment: At the end of the movie as Stuntman Mike is being chased by the girls on the highway, in a shot of him while driving, the shadow of the camera mounted on the car's door is visible on his shoulder and on the seat.

Continuity mistake: The shape and width of the scar on Stuntman Mike's face slightly varies between the scenes (from thin in the shot where he is pouring some eye drops into his eyes, to almost invisible during the scene at the parking lot in front of the shop in Lebanon, Tennessee, and wide during the final rush).

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Shanna: Okay, mean girl in a high school movie. You through havin' a tantrum?
Jungle Julia: I'm not havin' a tantrum.
Shanna: Yes you are! You've been in the car all of two seconds and you're already cursin' at me.
Jungle Julia: I am not cursin' at you.
Shanna: You said: Jesus Christ, Shanna. And then before the sentence was over you threw a fuckin' in there to emphasize your irritatedness.

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Trivia: When Stuntman Mike's car goes flying after running over the first car, you can hear the Wilhelm scream.

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Question: When Abby is in the store, Lee calls her. What is Abby's ringtone? It sounds familiar, but I can't place it.

Answer: The tune is called "Twisted Nerve" by Bernard Herrmann. It sounds familiar because in one of Quentin Tarantino's earlier films "Kill Bill", Daryl Hannah's character was whistling it before attempting to murder Uma Thurman's character in her sleep.

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Answer: That song is actually used in a couple different scenes of Kill Bill.

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