Corrected entry: When Richard discovers the old registration book in the hotel attic, he appears to find his signature on the left hand page. When, in 1912, he actually signs the register, he signs on the right hand page. Strangely, the pen and inkwell are located to the left of the register, which would be inconvenient for all but left-handed customers.
Corrected entry: When Richard is searching the library for information about Elise, he turns several pages of a journal. He finds the photograph of the old lady, but that page had writing on it in the previous shot. (00:16:55)
Corrected entry: Richard Collier whistles Rachmaninoff's "Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini" while rowing with Elise McKenna without the negative effects that his memories from his 1980s life have later in the movie. Collier's references to the time when he "knows" he will check into the hotel also fail to affect his equilibrium.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Christopher Reeves is looking at the magazines the librarian found for him, he is wearing a blue button-down shirt when she hands them to him. As he is looking, the shot changes to the cover of the magazines with Elise McKenna in it, when the shot changes back to Christopher Reeves he has a blue and white striped button-down shirt on.
Corrected entry: When Richard is trying to go back in time, the picture above him (that was removed earlier) appears above the bed in one quick shot, then is gone again in the next shot.
Corrected entry: Reeves' character tells McKenna's agent that he is a playwright who has seen his work published - yet this memory doesn't throw him back to his own time; he has to see a penny to be snapped away from Elise.