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Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996) Poster

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Toothpick and his gang are leaving the confrontation with Loc Dog and Ashtray at the "40's & 9's" store, they drive in reverse in a Pontiac GTO. However, you hear a gear change - Pontiac GTO's didn't come with two or more reverse speeds.
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When Crazy Legs' wheelchair gets hit by the drive-by bullet you can hear him scream as he is starting to roll down the ramp, but his mouth is not open.
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In the scene where four guys pull up in a BMW pointing guns at Ashtray and Loc dog while they were standing behind the mail truck, Loc dog points his gun at them. The guys in the BMW take off in reverse. You can hear the car changing gears. No car changes gears in reverse.

Character error 

In the "40's & 9's" corner store confrontation scene, Toothpick has the grenade loaded in the wrong end of the RPG launcher when he points it at Loc Dog.
When they see Grandma coming up the street in her Lowrider, he says check out the 6-4. The car is in fact a 1963 Chevy Impala.

Continuity 

When Loc Dog applies for the Motors job, they call his name for an interview before he even gave them his application that he filled out.
When they pull off in the mail truck JANET WAS HERE is written on the back of it. However, when they pull up to the store, the words are gone.
When "The Man" shoots at the Asian couple in the convenience store, he is using a Beretta pistol. However, the pistol he tosses to Loc Dog is a Glock.
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When Ashtray first goes to his father's house, he greets him with a chocolate bar that is open. When they go inside, it is in the wrapper again.
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When Ashtray punches his grandmother, he punches her in the left cheek, but when she gets up, she is holding her right one.
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When Grandma is dancing in the church, she is first wearing white high heels, then she is wearing flat white shoes in a different shot.
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During the picnic you can see the same people dancing at the same time behind different main characters. For example, when Ashtray is watching Loc Dog asking a girl's phone number.
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In the scene where Ashtray is getting a haircut from his dad, in one frame he's wearing a barber cape in the next one he's not wearing one, then right before the scene is over he's wearing it again.
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On the outside of Ashtray's father's house, the doorknob is on the right side of the door, but when Ashtray first arrives, his father opens the door from the other side.
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During the scene when Ash Tray and Loc Dogg are arrested by the racist cop for being "black on a Saturday night", the driver's-side hubcaps on the police car disappear between shots.
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During the final drive-by scene Doo Rag is seen on the lawn before toothpick and his gang starts shooting but when Ashtray runs away from the house during the shootout, in another shot we see Doo Rag just arriving.
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Crew or equipment visible 

After Ashtray gets out of his mother's red car in the beginning the crew is reflected in the car on the drivers side.

Factual errors 

A real Soviet era missile wouldn't have been lettered U.S.S.R, it would have said C.C.C.P, as U.S.S.R is the English translation of the acronym.

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