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Movie was OK, but there were some screwups I remember. One was while Ed was driving his truck at night there were some oncoming headlights. They were square lights, and had to be a car from at least early 80 vintage. Film was supposed to take place in the 50s. Also, Ed was packin' a Mauser C96 Broomhandle pistol. He shot the bartender with it. Later the cops found the spent shell and said they found a spent round from a .32 cal. That's wrong. The C96 came in .30 Mauser and 9mm. There were a few other oddball calibers but no .32 auto. Later Ed blasts some chick with a .22 rifle. The sound guys made it sound like a deer rifle. Way too much boom. I'm sure there were others, and I hope you post them.
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