A hugely influential 'look' was sported by Helen Slater in the movie.
"Er, someone wasn't on top of their game that day..."
See the goofs, blunders and plain ole mistakes in the 1985 movie starring
Drama , Helen Slater , Keith Gordon , Christian Slater Richard Bradford
, Martha Gehman , Yeardley Smith , Peter Coyote , Dean Stockwell , Mona Lee Fultz, Bobby Jones, Barry Tubb , Rodney Rincon, Caroline Williams, Rudy Young, John M. Jackson , Kim Valentine, Janet Smalley Bobby Fite Update Cast We believe the following are all legit mistakes. If
we've bungled it, or you have additional info, please update us. The GI Joe walkie-talkies' range would not have been able to reach from inside the middle of mall all the way out to the outside parking garage. The caller to the radio station said she was from Tyler. People in Tyler would not be able to hear a Corpus Christi radio station. Two slightly different groups of guys run into the dumpster in the mall garage when chasing Billie Jean. When Billie Jean turns the TV channel and the movie Saint Joan appears, the TV is on channel 5. Whenever it's shown again on screen, it's on channel 6. When the crew slide down the water slide at lloyd's house, there is no water on the slide. Although when they shoot off at the bottom, water flows out with the bodies into the pool.
Josh When Lloyd's telling the story of Joan of Arc in his bedroom, he says that the French burned Joan Of Arc at the stake. When, in fact, it wasn't the French but the English who killed Joan Of Arc, after she was captured by the Burgandians and sold to them, they tried her for heresy, found her guilty, and burned her at the stake.
Monica Mendez There was a blooper when they were downtown and the scene jumps straight to another scene from downtown to a corner store there are no diamond shamrocks near the downtown area where the clubs are at now.
Hertha Berlin During the final "Vermont" scene (actually taken in Summit County, Colorado), someone's waving to the camera standing in front of a Volkswagen Transporter in the background.
Sometimes an apparent goof is not a real mistake
nothing bogus that we know yet for "The Legend of Billie Jean".