Best western movie audio problems of all time
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Audio problem: At the end of "June Bride", all the brides stick their heads out of the window and you see them mouth 'all at', but you don't hear their voices until the camera shows the house, the snow melting and animals appearing etc. (Only in DVD version) (01:23:35)
Audio problem: When the Mexicans begin their final attack, we see Travis call to Joe to wake him up, but if you watch closely, you don't see his lips move, you just hear "Joe."
Audio problem: When Mitch says to Duke "Oh, Curly, I am so sorry for burying you", his mouth is not moving.
Audio problem: In the last shot of the shoot-out scene at the station, we see Harmonica's carrier bag in the extreme foreground, and windmill in the extreme background. The windmill has stopped, but you still hear the wind blowing, and a few seconds before you have heard the squeaking pump. (00:13:50)
Audio problem: In the scene where Jack Bondurant is loading jars into the back of the truck, Floyd Banner is driven into town and screeches to a halt nearby. Although the tyres screech which is characteristic of tyres stopping suddenly/losing traction on Tarmac or cement, the car is on a loose dirt road.
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