Best romance movie mistakes of 1952

Singin' in the Rain picture

Other mistake: In Gene Kelly's 'Singing in the Rain' sequence, the taps he makes do not match up with the actual movements of his feet - they are much more complicated than the steps he makes. Since one can't tap dance in wet loafers, Kelly had to do the dance in the studio, and the taps were added into the picture. He apparently got a little overzealous.

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The Bad and the Beautiful picture

Continuity mistake: As Lana Turner and Kirk Douglas are toasting with champagne, the cigarette she is holding disappears.

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Son of Paleface picture

Other mistake: During the car chase an Indian shoots an arrow that bounces off the car's license plate and comes back and hits the Indian. But a second before the arrow hits the Indian you can see him sitting on his horse with his eyes closed and a look of pain on his face as though the arrow had already hit him.

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Just For You picture

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Bing Crosby is talking to Ethel Barrymore at a picnic day for the girls of he very snobbish school, he makes a big deal out of taking out a cigarette and lighting it, but in the next shot - no cigarette.

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Ivanhoe picture

Other mistake: Before the trial by combat, when Richard Taylor and George Sanders choose their weapons, they are brought to them on their shields. But this happens to quickly, right after the choices were announced, as if predetermined.

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The Quiet Man picture

Continuity mistake: When John Wayne first meets with the woman at the church, the first time we see her she puts a dark piece of clothing over her head. In the next scene, which is a closer angle, it is gone.

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The Winning Team picture

Factual error: Near the end of this film. Grover Cleveland Alexander wins the 1926 World Series on a strike out. In fact the game ended when Babe Ruth hit a single and then was thrown out trying to steal second.

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Moulin Rouge picture

Revealing mistake: In the opening scene the Club's dancers are in full-swing, including the tall, lanky gentleman from Lautrec's famous Moulin Rouge poster, the one with the very angular, extended nose and chin. In several closeups it's very plain that the chin is a makeup appliance: the edge of the appliance isn't blended very well with the actor's real skin.

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