Best thriller movie mistakes of 1962
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Continuity mistake: The little motor boat that G. Peck uses appears to have lost its windshield from the time he is driving it to when it is tied up.
Continuity mistake: In the first scene featuring next door neighbor Mrs. Bates, she places the telephone on the coffee table twice.
Continuity mistake: As Harry stands at the side of the traffic-filled back road, shots of panicked people fleeing down the two lane highway are used to convey the desperation of folks' attempts to flee the coast, except the shots used show four lanes of an eight-lane freeway.
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