In real life, Rocky was not buried, plus there are the wrong dates on the tombstone.
When horseback riding with Diana, Rocky says "on your right" as he passes her. He's on her LEFT!
Just FYI: In 1976 I lived in Azusa California with my husband. I saw the real Rocky Dennis when I came out of Stater Brothers Supermarket. He was just standing there in the shopping center as if waiting for someone. I was startled at his appearance and thought he was wearing a mask. We didn't speak. I'm always reminded of that when I see the movie.
Contributed by: Sara Haile
Rocky tells his mom he is going to camp for summer but during his two week camping trip they celebrate New Year's...
BUT, RB wrote in to add: "Actually, if you recall the signage in the background of the dance, it reads, "Christmas in July". So I just always assumed that they implemented New Year's Eve in July as a complimentary event..."
-Maybe not a good then? What do you think?
Contributed by: Anonymous
There is a scene in Mask where Rocky is hugging one of the biker guys and his hands look like a woman's with long nails? I rewound it to make sure I wasn't seeing things. They looked very feminine. Whose hands were those?
The following is true for at least the director's cut: When Rusty first discovers that Rocky is dead, the camera angle shows Rusty to the left of Rocky's bedside, and the windows to his 12 o'clock and three o'clock.
Then Rusty leaves the room and starts breaking things. When she comes back the camera angle has completely flipped. Rusty is now on the right side of Rocky's bedside, and the windows are now at Rocky's 12 o'clock and 9 o'clock. Oops!