In Houston, Professor Henry Johnson visits the Museum of Archaeology and meet with Dr. John Mallory. Johnson introduces himself as the head of the archeological department at the state university. Meanwhile, Jim arrives to see Mallory and the guard lets him in. When Jim enters the office, Johnson is there, claiming to be Mallory. Jim doesn’t know what Mallory looks like and is fooled, and Johnson knows that Jim was coming...Read the full recap
Jim: Are you all right?
Colonel Pedro Sanchez: I believe this is where I'm supposed to be grateful for your help.
James: All in a day's work, Colonel.
Professor Henry Johnson: Now what do we do?
Zack Slade: What do we do? Well, that's simple--we just cut off Sanchez's head and send it to a mind reader.
(Artie in disguise)
Artemus: Well, you troubled, sonny?
James: Well, old timer, every once in a while I feel like I'm being watched.
Artemus: Well, now, I tell you son, that's nothin' but a pure case of nerves. Aggravated by nothin' but superstition, which has no place with modern man. (drops the act) Confidentially, I feel exactly the same way you do.
James: How do you like the decor, Artie?
Artemus: Well, if you like Early Catacomb.
Artemus: They think we're gods. No one's ever lived through Montezuma's Revenge before.
The bar that Jim is thrown through at the saloon is clearly made of cheap balsa wood.
Despite the fact that a hug throws steaming hot coffee into Jim's face, he is unmarked and unburned a few seconds later.
Because of a poorly drawn matte shot, the "full moon" standing atop the twin peaks has a thick black matte line around it.
The stacks of skulls in the cell are clearly fakes, and a single "sculpture" rather than a stack of skulls. Several of them have no visible support from beneath.