Best biography movie continuity mistakes of 1936

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The Plainsman picture

Continuity mistake: Before the ambush with the Indians, we see Buffalo Bill on a horse - only it's not him, but a stand-in. In the next shot we see Buffalo Bill closer up, and comparing the profile and facial structure of both shots, it's a different person on the horse to the actor that portrays Buffalo Bill. (Stand-ins were often used in older films when the actor was not available for filming for whatever reason.)

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