Best movie audio problems of 1956

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Earth vs. the Flying Saucers picture

Audio problem: Dr. Marvin watches the magnetic interference unit take down an alien spaceship and says, "┬ůsaucer hit and down in the Potomac". If you look closely his lips do not match what we hear. (00:13:10)


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Invasion of the Body Snatchers picture

Audio problem: As Becky and Miles go down the steps after leaving his office. Miles keeps mouthing something after we hear the dialogue stop. (00:07:20)


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Around the World in 80 Days picture

Audio problem: When we are introduced to Passepartout riding a monocycle a man inside a carriage cries "Move over, son!" but his lips don't match what we hear.

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Ten Commandments picture

Audio problem: After the Red Sea parts, and almost all of the Hebrews are across the dry expanse, the pillar of fire holding Pharaoh back disappears, and the chariots head into the expanse themselves to pursue the Hebrews. A very young Hebrew boy at the rear of the masses says 'Look, Grandpa! Pharaoh and his men are coming!' and points at them with his free hand. Watch his mouth: the child is merely moving his lower jaw up and down. Apparently the child actor was too young to learn any lines so the producers improvised.

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Forbidden Planet picture

Audio problem: When the crew are getting into the land rover tractor after the captain chews out his crew for letting the alien onboard, you can hear the "steel" door close with a heavy obvious metallic clang. A few seconds later the same door closes with a soft plywood thud, and a few seconds later it closes with no sound at all as if light as a feather. (00:36:00)

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Moby Dick picture

Audio problem: Throughout the opening scenes, the innkeeper's lips are out of synch with his dialog due to a less-than-stellar job of overdubbing. The voice substituted for the original actor's belongs to director John Huston. (00:05:00 - 00:13:30)

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