The Monuments Men

The Monuments Men (2014)

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Corrected entry: When Claire is yelling at Stahl through the fence that she sees him and he shoots at her, her hands keep changing position on the fence between shots.


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Correction: I'm watching and re-watching and her hands stay in the same place on the fence.


Corrected entry: Bill Murray is sent a 45 rpm record with a recording from his wife. 45 records did not come out until 1949.

Correction: I am watching the Monuments Men right now. The record Bill Murray receives is a a 78, not a 45. During the war, personal 78's were often made to send overseas to those fighting. Holes for 45s were the size of a half dollar. The hole in the record Murray pulls out of the package has a pencil sized hole in the middle, like a later LP. This is not an error.

Corrected entry: In the scene where the American Flag is left at the entrance to a mine, the flag used is a current one with 50 stars. Alaska and Hawaii were not states during World War II.


Correction: The stars were in a 6x8 rectangle, meaning 48.

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