The Living Daylights (1987) Bloopers
Bloopers are mistakes that happened in production of a film. Most of them you can notice just by watching the film. Here are the ones that happened when filming The Living Daylights (1987) (they are shown in order of occurrace):
- The hole in the ice that Bond's tire rim cut is quite large when first cut. But when the police car falls into the lake, the circle seems to have shrunk. Also, notice how Bond's car tire is blown off in one sequence but then later shows up when he makes the car jump over the Czech border patrol.
- Bond tells Kara to get in the jeep quickly. There's no place to land. The plane's propellers stop twirling in mid air, yet before it crashes all four propellers are twirling again.
- When Bond and Kara propel out of the back of the plane, it's mere feet off the ground. Yet when it slams into the mountain, it has managed to climb several hundred feet in seconds.
- Another fault with this stunt is that 007 says "There's nowhere to land" while looking down at a mountain range. When the jeep parachutes out of the plane there is a massive stretch of flat land where they could easily of landed the plane.
- Bond infiltrates Whitaker's villa in the dead of night. Yet when he knocks out the guard patrolling the pool area, it is daylight outside.
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