Best movie mistakes of 1914
Deliberate mistake: Charlie Chaplin and Mabel Normand go to a theater to see a silent movie titled "Double-Crossed." In the scenes showing Chaplin and Normand from the front, there are no rows of seats in front of them. In the scenes showing Chaplin and Normand from behind, there are five rows of seats in front of them and most of the seats are occupied. The front-view scenes were filmed with Chaplin and Normand in the front row so there would be no other people obscuring the two actors. However, it made no sense that they would be sitting in the sixth row in the scenes shot from behind.
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