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Dogma - Spelling Mistake
In the final scene at the church, after Bartleby breaks the officer's neck, he says "You have been judged as guilty of violations against our almighty God..." and the camera cuts to a shot of the band standing on the steps running away. If you look at the green poster that says St. Michael's Church, you can see that the word "Centennial" is spelled's spelled "Centenial."
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Amanda the Great on 06-20-2000
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Bethany writes:
Don't be so quick to point out that Amanda is wrong....she said what was meant to be "Centennial" on the poster was ACTUALLY spelled "Centenial" IN THE MOVIE. Gotta read more closely...
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Sita_84 writes:
The fact that this (and several other slip-ups) are mentioned on DVD is irrelevant. This is a slip-up site, not an errors-which-have-never-elsewhere-been-seen-or-noticed site. Plus many people, myself included, don't HAVE the DVD and look to this site for slip-ups. So, unless you have something worthwhile to say, leave the slip-up posters alone.
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TheEnd writes:
Centennial is spelled with two n's.. and this post kind of bothers me because Kevin Smith points this out himself during the Audio commentary on the Special Edition Dogma DVD. So don't give this guy credit for noticing it... .
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ConanaBanana02 writes:
haha. you think they would have spell checked before putting it in the movie. im suprised i didnt see that.
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Michael McElroy writes:
ACTUALLY... Centennial has 2 n's. You are wrong. For proof: Try adding a comment to this with the word Centennial spelled with one n. It will tell you that it's spelled wrong.
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