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Goonies, The - Disappearing Nail Polish
At the end when Rosalita pours the jewels into Mrs. Walsh's hands, Mrs. Walsh is wearing purple nail polish but when they show a shot of the jewels the nail polish is gone.
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backasswards on 04-23-2000
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monica writes:
Okay, but if it was a hand model, they should have had the model wearing the nail polish to match the actors hand so no one would notice that it was infact a hand model
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Anita writes:
Exactly. Even though it's a hand model, the nails should have still looked the same as the actor's. When stunt doubles are used, are they not wearing the same clothing as the actor(s) are wearing in the scene they fill in for? Would it make sense to see an actress in a dress during a scene and have a stunt double come in and wear jeans? No. Then we would notice. This is what happened here. Slip-up.
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angelcutie023 writes:
The reason for that is because they use a hand model. For example, when they show all the kids faces looking down at the jewels, notice how the hand looks PERFECT. It's because it's a hand model.
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