The Sword and the Sorcerer Bloopers & Goofs

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See the goofs, blunders and plain ole mistakes in the 1982 Fantasy movie starring Lee Horsley, Richard Lynch, Kathleen Beller et al.
Contributed by: Joe Pingree
In a scene near the beginning of the film, where young Talon fires the extra blades on his triple-bladed sword and kills two of King Cromwell's soldiers, the shots were filmed out of sequence. If you look closely, you can clearly tell that there are more blades attached to the sword on the second shot than there are in the first.
Contributed by: Jeff Wilkins
Right after the big fight scene at the wedding, when Talon and Micah confront Cromwell and the guards on the stairs... "Man, thou art the Devil", if you watch closely you will see the guards they just killed getting up off the floor to rejoin the fight and walking out of frame to come back in from a different angle. Sloppy yet barely noticeable mistakes like this are an Albert Pyun 'trademark'.
The Sword and the Sorcerer