Best TV mistakes of 1968
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Factual error: Gino commits a murder using a six-shooter with a silencer attached, and his shot doesn't make any noise. But it should have. Though it's a long-standing Hollywood cliché, a revolver with a silencer wouldn't be silent at all. Unlike automatic weapons, revolvers are open-chambered, which allows sound to escape. They can't be muffled with a silencer. (00:34:00)Jean G
Continuity mistake: "The Incomparable Connie Walker": When Dillon visits Mayor Walker's house, Walker's red carnation is on his left lapel. But one shot of him is, for some reason, reversed, causing the carnation to switch itself to his right lapel for a moment.Jean G
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