Best drama movie mistakes of 1966

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The Blue Max picture

Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Jeremy Kemp and George Peppard are playing daredevil in their planes and Kemp's plane hits a brick tower there is a shot of the plane plummeting to the ground. The alert viewer can see the shiny metal wires that were used to support and guide the plane on its way to the ground.

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The Bible picture

Factual error: Adam, who was not born of a woman and who would have no need for an umbilical cord, has a navel. (00:09:45)

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Night Train to Mundo Fine picture

Audio problem: During the chase at the end of the movie, the police cars' tires squeal in the dirt.

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Grand Prix picture

Continuity mistake: The cars change shape frequently during the movie. That depends on the fact that many scenes were filmed at real races, with real F-1 cars. The cars that the actors drove were, for the most part, disguised F-3 racers. There are at least three fake Ferraris, and they all look different. One of them seems to have been built to resemble a 1965 F-1, but altered to look like a 1966 model. The non-existent Yamura (built to resemble a Maclaren), that James Garner drives is actually two cars with different chassis, one of them seems to be used very little, except when it catches fire in a scene.

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Born Free picture

Continuity mistake: Throughout the movie Elsa wears a collar. In the scene where she runs away the collar is visibly in place - a few minutes later, when she's found with the elephant, the collar has disappeared.

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Fahrenheit 451 picture

Revealing mistake: Near the beginning, Montag puts on the fireproof clothing to use the flamethrower. It's really footage of him later taking off the same equipment played in reverse.

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The Ugly Dachshund picture

Revealing mistake: All four of the Dachshunds in this story are supposed to be female. During one part of the picture, when they jump on the bed with Suzanne, you can see that at least one is male.

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Alfie picture

Audio problem: When Alfie and the other mechanic are at the shed, the mechanic asks, "Are you getting serious with her?" and his mouth is not in sync.

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Harper picture

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Paul Newman seduces Shelly Winters in the nightclub, they're dancing to the sounds of a brass band, even though the musicians are all holding guitars.

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Seconds picture

Continuity mistake: On the airplane, Rock Hudson takes a pillow from the stewardess, and puts it behind his head. They cut away to the stewardess, and back to Hudson, and the pillow is gone. They cut to the stewardess again, then back to Hudson, and the pillow reappears.

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? picture

Continuity mistake: As George says "That you people are rearranging my genes so that everyone will be like everyone else" he puts his left arm around Nick. His hand, though is on the back of the sofa. Instantly in the next shot, however his left hand is now on Nick's left shoulder.

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Assault on a Queen picture

Revealing mistake: In this scene we see Frank Sinatra in a diving suit and helmet being lowered into the sea to look for a sunken submarine. As he is being lowered you can see the sun's reflection on the walls of a tank, meaning it was filmed in a large tank of water.

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The Sand Pebbles picture

Factual error: The uniforms worn by the engineering force are from the wrong era. Prior to 1941 the left arm rates had the head of the eagle pointing to the wearer's rear. Steve McQueen and the rest of the Engineering force rate eagle head is pointing forward, which is from WW2.

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