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Captain America: The First Avenger

Continuity mistake: After Steve throws Heinz Kruger, the assassin sent to kill him, out of his boat, both Steve and Heinz are bone dry despite being fully submerged in water only moments before.

Continuity mistake: During the chase scene involving Rogers and the Hydra spy that happened after Rogers got his new powers, the windshield of the cab the agent was driving was shot twice. In some shots, especially once Rogers landed on the roof of the cab, the windshield has no holes.

Continuity mistake: When Captain America is ready to jump out the plane, he is looking at Peggy Carter when he reaches for his goggles, the angle changes to the outside and Cap is seen with one hand out the plane and the other in, with his goggles up. it switches back inside and his goggles are on.

Continuity mistake: When Rogers and Agent Carter are about to enter the antique shop for the first time, one shot shows Rogers raising both arms to place his cap on his head. The shot changes and Rogers' hands are now down, and he begins to raise them again.

Continuity mistake: The windscreen on the flying wing appears to be completely intact when it is discovered in the present. Not only is it implausible to believe it survived a head-on crash without being damaged, but also during the final fight on board, it receives several bullet holes.

Continuity mistake: At the end of the chase through New York, when Steve picks up the taxicab door and uses it as a shield, he has a wet spot or stain on his right knee. Moments later it is gone.

Continuity mistake: During the final battle on board the 'flying wing' between Captain America and Red Skull, the finish on CA's shield appears damaged and scorched. Yet in the opening sequence of the movie when his shield is discovered under ice inside the frozen 'flying wing' it appears undamaged.

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