Best thriller movie mistakes of 1962

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Dr. No picture

Factual error: When Bond is involved in a high-speed chase on the way to Miss Taro's house, his wheels are squealing like crazy, but he's on a dirt road. (00:48:10)

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The Manchurian Candidate picture

Factual error: Raymond is equipped with what is described as a high-power Soviet sniper rifle. However, the rifle he uses is actually a Japanese carbine.

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Knife in the Water picture

Continuity mistake: Partway through the film, the car the principal characters are driving changes brand, between Peugeot and Mercedes.

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Carnival of Souls picture

Continuity mistake: When Mary Henry is speaking to her house keeper at the bottom of the stairs, Mary's left hand is level with the first rail, cut to the next shot in mid-sentence and her left hand is now on the fourth rail.

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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.

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What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? picture

Continuity mistake: In the first scene featuring next door neighbor Mrs. Bates, she places the telephone on the coffee table twice.

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Visible crew/equipment: Camera lights are reflected in the glass doors after Joyce Corby runs out of the flats, just before she gets hit by the car.

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Panic in Year Zero! picture

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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