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Flight of the Intruder - Predated Publication
After Jake Grafton (Brad Johnson) and Virgil Cole
(Willem Dafoe) bomb the missile park in the middle of Hanoi, they return to their ship. Commander Camparelli (Danny Glover), the squadron commander, brings them to his stateroom to discipline them for disobeying orders. When he reaches over to play the tape recording of the news coverage of their bombing, look on the table in the background. There is a book standing upright on the table that is titled "Aircraft Carriers of the World". The problem with this is that the movie takes place in 1972, the first edition of the book was not published until 1984. Very, very few people will notice this, I did because I have both the book and the movie and am very familiar with both.
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matt on 04-13-2000
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Bearpaws writes:
This comment is for Matt, who submitted the above slip-up, or anyone else who owns the film. I just watched the film on broadcast television and have never seen it prior. I could have sworn that near the end, when Brad Johnson is shot in the hand while reaching for the radio, that shortly afterward the opposite hand is in a bandage. I'm not really sure since I don't have the video to rewind and review. Please let me know if I'm right or wrong. Thanks!!!
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matt writes:
I think it was the same hand because he was reaching for the radio with his left hand when he got shot-that was with his back to the camera-and then at the end he is facing the camera and holding letters with the same left hand, which I belive was bandaged, but I could be wrong.
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