Best comedy movie mistakes of 1944

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Arsenic and Old Lace picture

Continuity mistake: After Mortimer picks up Elaine and literally throws her out the front door, he locks it to make sure she doesn't just open the door and walk in again. When Aunt Abby goes to open the door for Mr. Gibbs less than a minute later, she doesn't have to unlock it.

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Die Feuerzangenbowle picture

Factual error: In the chemistry lesson on alcoholic fermentation there is written on the blackboard: H6P5O11 -> cane sugar, which is plain nonsense. (00:34:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Daffy flies into the squadron headquarters, you can see that the strap on the left-hand side of his helmet is resting on his arm, but in the next shot the strap is directly behind him.

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Continuity mistake: When Screwy goes into the phone box when the phone rings, you can see the door is right behind him when he enters the box. But when he closes the door to blow a raspberry at Meathead during his telephone call, the door is now on the left-hand side.

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Continuity mistake: When Jerry goes to the door, you can see the telegram is by the letter box and after reading the telegram, he throws it away and jumps for joy. But when Jerry goes to show Tom the telegram, it is now back in its original position.

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Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd picks up the newspaper beside him, you can see that he is holding the paper with his hands whilst looking at the front page, but when we see the newspaper in the next shot, his hands are nowhere to be seen.

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