Best horror movie factual errors of 1970

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Factual error: The lock on Secker's front door, seen in the shot when he returns home from Highgate Cemetery, is a modern (stainless steel) Yale lock and barrel, not a High Victorian dead lock; his front gate is made of paper-thin iron from the 1960's; the lamp post Screen Left is supposedly gas-powered but has an electric feed running over the pavement.

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Factual error: The film is set in 16th century England. In the first scene, when the accused girl is branded, she screams, and reveals a full set of teeth with nice silver amalgam fillings. (00:03:35)

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