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Halloween II Movie Behind The Scenes

Halloween II Goofs

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See the goofs, blunders and plain ole mistakes in the 1981 Horror / Occult movie starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Lance Guest More Cast


We believe the following are all legit mistakes. If we've bungled it, or you have additional info, please update us.

Thanks to Nick Napolitano
Sam Loomis continuously says "I shot him six times!", when he really shot him seven times.
Thanks to Davey
At the end of the first Halloween film, Michael Myers falls from the bedroom window balcony and supposedly into the back garden. However, when the sequel continues the scene, he lands in the front garden....and leaves a scarily large depression in the grass when his body disappears.
Thanks to Nicky
The movie takes place in Haddonfield IL. but all the cars in the parking lot have California plates.
Thanks to John
In the beginning when Michael takes the knife from the Elrod house, the TV is on and the anchor says that 3 bodies have been found in the house which is across the street from where Laurie is having it out with Michael. Then, he goes to the next house to kill Ellen but before he does, she hears on the radio the same thing; that 3 bodies have been found. After he kills her, they cut to the police and ambulance in front of the house where Laurie is... but no police/ambulance across the street where the news and radio just said they found bodies! Later after Laurie's in the hospital, Bud and Jimmy get called over to the house with the 3 bodies way out of sequence!
Thanks to Scott
By far the biggest goof of the movie is Laurie/Jamie Lee Curtis's hair. In the first movie, her hair is darker and straighter. In the 2nd her hair is more blonde, longer and has more volume to it.

We know it was shot 3 yrs after the 1st, but why couldn't they just style her hair the same as it was originally?

It's supposed to be the same night, not even an hour later then the first ones end. So why not do something to make it look the same!? Its like they didnt even try to match it!! I've never seen anyone mention it before and it's something that always bothers me whenever I watch the second film!



Bogus Blunders

Sometimes an apparent goof is not a real mistake




But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Halloween II".
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