Tuff Turf Movie Goofs / Mistakes

Tuff Turf Goofs

Where enemies are made, reputations are earned, and love is the most risky affair of all.
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"Er, someone wasn't on top of their game that day..."
See the goofs, blunders and plain ole mistakes in the 1985 Action / Adventure movie starring James Spader, Kim Richards, Paul Mones, Matt Clark

Claudette Nevins, Robert Downey Jr., Olivia Barash, Panchito Gómez, Michael Wyle, Catya Sassoon, Francis X. McCarthy, Art Evans, Herb Mitchell, Ceil Cabot, Donald Fullilove, Vivian Brown, Bill Beyers, Jered Barclay, Lou Fant Update Cast

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

Thanks to samrose1
In the scene where Nick gets upset in Frankie's room after she went with Morgan in Nick's car, there's a visible sound mic in the reflection in the window. You can see it best when he is picking her up to put her on the bed.
Thanks to samrose1
Right after Frankie leaves Morgan's house (storming out because of the thoughtless comment of his mother during dinner), Morgan walks down the street and then you see Nick and his buddies in the car.

The friends ask Nick if they should get Morgan and he says no, he has to go see Frankie, first. As they take off, you can see a person standing in the reflection of the car. It actually looks like James Spader (who plays Morgan.) You can see his light colored buttoned down shirt.
What was that license plate again? During the "bike wreck" scene, the license plate on Nick's Camaro reads: VRR817, but throughout the rest of the movie it reads: IPCE420.
Thanks to bamersy
Frankie takes Morgan to a local club where 'Jack Mack & the Heart Attack' are playing, and there's a painfully obvious "dancing double" for Frankie. Other than a really long wig and similar clothing-they have nothing in common!
Thanks to TerdNthePoolGGB
After Morgan (Spader) knocks Nick through the railing off the 2nd level in the final fight, Nick is lying on the ground below and a rope is hanging from the ceiling. At the bottom of the screen a mysterious hand reaches into the picture and pulls the rope back and swings it back out. When the rope returns the hand appears again to grab the rope.

Bogus Blunders

Sometimes an apparent goof is not a real mistake

But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Tuff Turf".
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