Fury

Continuity mistake: In the final war scene, when they first run out of ammunition, Grady puts a belt into the coaxial .30, and as he is firing you can see the end of the belt, but in the outer scene when the German is hitting war daddy with a shovel, the coaxial is still firing.

Continuity mistake: As Sgt. Collier is speaking with Lt. Parker, Collier turns his head to the right in the first shot to face Parker, then turns his face right again to face Parker a second time.

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Continuity mistake: In the final battle scene, day turns to night in a moment. From the inside view of the tank, it is still daylight outside. (01:43:55)

Continuity mistake: Wardaddy raises his cigarette lighter to his cigarette twice while he speaks to Norman after the town has been taken. (00:51:30)

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Continuity mistake: Not more than one to two hours after Wardaddy shaves his face clean in the German ladies' apartment, a closeup shot of him in the tank shows beard growth of 2-3 days.

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Continuity mistake: While showing the other tank commanders the unit's objectives on the map with his finger, Lieutenant Parker removes it, but the next shot of him and the tankers shows him still pointing on the map. (00:18:20)

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Continuity mistake: As "Fury" and her crew roll towards the house/aid station, they pass by a gate. The next shot shows the tank still some distance from the gate. (01:23:10)

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Continuity mistake: As Sgt. Collier shaves, Irma is pouring coffee in the kitchen by the sink, facing Collier. The next shot she is standing in front of the stove. (00:58:30)

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Continuity mistake: When Parker is engulfed in flames, he pulls out his handgun and shoots through the helmet in his right temple. In the next shot, there is neither a bullet hole nor blood stain on his helmet. (00:24:25)

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Continuity mistake: In the scene just before the Tiger tank fires on the American tanks, there is a shot taken of the four tanks rolling along at a distance where it is quite clear that the two tanks in front have long barrels on their main gun eg: M4 Shermans with 76mm high velocity guns. Then in the next shot that second long barrel tank is gone and now there are 3 short barrel tanks and only Fury with the 76mm gun.

Continuity mistake: Before the last stand Wardaddy takes a bottle and drinks two gulps before passing it to Bible. In his hands the bottle is full again.

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Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the film when Wardaddy jumps the German officer riding the horse, he is holding him down with his left hand while stabbing him in the gut with his right hand. When the shot changes at the final thrust, he is holding the knife with both hands as he twists the knife to pull it out of his left eye socket. (00:03:15)

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Continuity mistake: Wardaddy uses a Sturmgewehr 44 throughout the movie. In the first shot where he shoots the teenage German soldier, the Sturmgewehr 44 is missing the front sight hood. The hood appears throughout the movie afterwards. (00:24:05)

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Continuity mistake: Wardaddy gives Norman the ultimatum of "him or you." When he does, he's pointing his revolver at Norman. Camera changes and he's no longer pointing at Norm. (00:38:30)

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Continuity mistake: Wardaddy gives the order to run over the enemy with the tank. We see one German with his right up raised in the rear view of him in the foxhole. In the front shot of him however his arm is lowered. (00:33:10)

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Continuity mistake: Just as the tank column breaks through the hedgerow to rescue the troops, Wardaddy either has his goggles over his eyes or on his helmet depending on the shot. (00:29:10)

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Continuity mistake: During the Jesus loves Hitler scene, Wardaddy's goggles keep shifting position on his helmet from crooked to level and vice versa. (00:21:50)

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Continuity mistake: We see Sgt Davis standing next to Wardaddy getting the brief on the new mission. In one shot he has his arm raised with a mug in his hand. When the shot changes, his arm is now lowered. (00:18:30)

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Continuity mistake: When Wardaddy shouts at Norman about "that is a German, that's who we kill", his arm is either bent or straight depending on the shot. (00:17:50)

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Continuity mistake: When the SS officer is killed for hanging children, his papers land by his head. When the shot changes, his papers are now by his feet. (00:48:30)

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Factual error: During the final battle, Gordo the tank driver calls out, "Panzerfaust, four o'clock!", as he looks through his periscope. He could not have seen any targets at four o'clock, as the driver's periscope could barely rotate towards the eleven and one o'clock positions, close to the left and right front corners of the tank's hull. The four o'clock position would be near the right rear of the tank.

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Wardaddy: Ideals are peaceful. History is violent.

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Trivia: The Tiger tank used in the battle with Fury is an actual German Tiger tank that was captured by British forces in North Africa in 1943. Its original turret number is 131, meaning the tank is from the 1st company, 3rd platoon, 1st tank, which was the platoon leader's vehicle.

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Question: Why did Gordo bring up the horse thing at breakfast?

Answer: Gordo was making a point to Norman that the crew of the "Fury" had seen some horrible things during the Battle of the Falaise Pocket. After wiping out an entire German army there, they were tasked with putting wounded horses out of their misery. The point was that Norman was not there, and did not experience what they had, so Norman could not judge the tank crew's actions.

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Gordo brought up the horse thing because him and the other (original) crew members were not happy with Don and Norman enjoying a nice, quiet meal without them. He even say's "You weren't there" meaning Don sharing this with Norman when he hadn't yet been through much war time like all of them had, together. They also say "We weren't invited", "Why weren't we invited." The horse story was to get at Don for not inviting them and sharing it only with Norman.

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