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Terminator 2: Judgement Day - Head in the Back Window
After Arnold steals the police car, he drives it backwards at high speeds. If you look closely though, you can see a person and a steering wheel in the back seat of the car facing toward the rear. Someone is right there driving the car.
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Theres definatly something there.
Theres definatly something there.
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Contributed By: Anonymous on 08-10-1999 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Referee writes:
In T2, "Special Edition", available on DVD, the filmakers discuss how the car was driven backwards by a stunt driver "hidden" in the back seat. So it wasn't a slip-up, except for the fact that the stunt driver wasn't too well hidden from the more alert movie-goers. Congratulations, "Eagle-Eye".
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Gotch Eye writes:
It still is a slip-up, because you're not supposed to see the driver, and you do.
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socket writes:
Hey, that's definately a slip up!!! Yeah, they might say that's how it's driven in the Special Ed, but the driver is not a character in the movie... Your concept of slip-ups is bizarre....
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