On the Statue of Liberty scaffolding, Remo's feet bump into a piece of pipe. In the next shot, Remo's point of view of the pipe, his feet are nowhere to be seen, and the pipe is now shorter and in a different position.
At the Statue of Liberty, Remo wraps a rope around a boomer's neck and throws him out of the lift, and the rope jerks taut with a sound that implies the man's neck has broken. Afterward, the man is shown hanging from the rope by his foot.
At the beginning of the elevator fight on the Statue Of Liberty, Remo opens the top of the elevator and hits the first guy with some sort of pole and we see him fall to the floor. This guys body then completely disappears for the rest of the elevator scene but reappears in the last shot when Remo leaves the elevator.
At the Coney Island ring toss, Chiun throws five rings; we hear and see six rings land on the bottles. In the shot of the six rings, all of them have come to rest, yet we can still hear one ring whirling around the neck of a bottle.
When Remo is riding on the log and being shot at, the general and Grove are in an open Jeep. When the logs hit the vehicle and it goes over the edge, it is a closed truck. The top of the cab is clearly visible.
When Remo is first approached by the thugs, we see that he is standing on the scaffolding even with Lady Liberty's face. He then gets forced backwards, grabs onto a pole that breaks free and swings out away from the statue. The shot from below shows Remo, hanging from the pole, at the height of Liberty's feet. He then slides down the pole to the next lower level, and then is back on the scaffolding even with Liberty's face.
During the fight on Liberty Island, we see Remo slide down a pole to the scaffolding even with Lady Liberty's face. Trying to evade the thugs, he jumps down another level. He then jumps to a rope and swings to the torch, which happens to be 50 feet above where he was.
When Remo climbs down the hill to search the wreckage of the logger's truck in search of Chiun, we see the truck wreckage in a different setting (more trees, different topography, different placement of scattered debris, etc.) than the setting in which we just saw the truck come to rest a moment earlier.
When the Dobermann follows Remo across the wire, the Dobermann's feet disappear behind a matte painting used to conceal the flat surface. The wire itself is invisible, with only the division between the matte and the background defining it. At the end of the shot the Dobermann even starts to run across the "wire".
As Remo descends to get a closer look at the Harp satellite by sliding down a guy wire, holding on with his hands, we see that the stunt man is holding on to a rope wrapped around the wire. When Remo lands, he is again holding on with just his hands.