Contributed by: Anonymous
The boom mike is visible in the scene where Louden and his father talk privately in the restaurant.
Contributed by: B man Earl
In the wrestling scene v Shute, Louden gets thrown. The ref says, "No take down, out of bounds." However, when they restart, Louden gets set in the bottom position.
The weight classes they used in the movie were NOT the actual weight classes used throughout the country at the time.
BUT Kasey kindly wrote in to say that actually the weight classes were correct for Washington state. Before changing to the nearly universal weights in the late 90's the upper classes were 158, 168, 178, 190 and HWT
When he has to have his bloody nose treated against Shute with 27 seconds left, Swain is shown on the scoreboard and via the announcer as being down 13-9. After his pin of Shute and celebration with his teammates, you see the same 13-9 score on the scoreboard in the backgroung.
Once the match resumed, in the last 27 seconds, Swain scored and escape (1 point), a takedown (2 points), and a nearfall (3 points) before the final pin with 6 seconds left. Even if he didn't pin Shute and simply held that position for the last 6 seconds of the match, Swain would have won 15-13. But the scoreboard doesn't properly reflect the points he earned in the last part of the match.