Contributed by: Rich Mansmann
Original car license plates. The 63-64 design and color are right... NJ issued that series of plates beginning around 1960. No NeEW JERSEY, just NJ.(We had a 60 Sedan de Ville with the tag CNF 368, and the next car purchased began with an I about three years later)... but the sequencing was three letters followed by three numbers until at least 1972-73.
Contributed by: silverfalcon_hop
At the begining of the first movie, when Michael Pare was lip synching, when the song said (SLIP TO THE DARK SIDE AND ACROSS THAT LINE) Michael Pare didnt finish it. He moved his mouth away on the word line.
Contributed by: Holly Bazinet
He also messed up lip syncing in the second movie during "running through the fire" but he puts so much into it thats its easily overlooked :-)
At the begining of the movie, when Tom Nerringer is listening to "on the Dark Side", he pulls into the Vineland school lot and the radio announcer is Scott Muny from WNEW-FM. This was a NYC radio station and there is no way this broadcast signal would have been heard in Vineland.
Also, when he goes to see Doc, he says why did you bring me all the way down here (if he was from Vineland, he would have said all the way UP here as Asbury Park is north of Vineland