Starsky & HutchGoofs
During his speech, Reese Feldman attributes "To err is human, to forgive divine" to William Shakespeare. Huggy Bear credits the same line to God (presumably meaning the Bible). In fact, this line was written by Alexander Pope, in his "An Essay on Criticism" in the early 1700s.
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Kevin tells the coke dealers that the German Shepherd can "detect smells that even the most advanced technology in the world cannot." With that in mind, we see the fat coke dealer smoking a cigarette who is sitting closer to the dog than the man with the "old coke" (the one that the dog attacks) thus, the dog should have caught the man with the cigarette first.
During the closing scene with the original Starsky and Hutch (1975) actors, Starsky is told about popping the clutch and jumping from 2nd to 4th gear. But, during the jump onto the boat you can clearly see that the Gran Torino has an automatic gear box due to the fact it has no clutch pedal. Just a gas pedal and large brake pedal.