Corrected entry: In some scenes, barcodes are visible on cola cans - barcodes weren't around in the 60's.
Corrected entry: When Paul McGann leaves Uncle Monty's cottage to buy food and firewood from the farmer on the first morning of his 'holiday', he is wearing nothing but underpants underneath his raincoat. However, less than a minute later he is wearing a pair of dark trousers and a red jumper as he approaches, and climbs over, a locked gate.
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Corrected entry: In about the penultimate scene of the film, Paul Mcgann packs his suitcase ruefully, placing a copy of 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' on top of his piled clothes. On the paperback's cover, there is a sophisticated reproduction of a painting of a steamboat. Such printing techniques were far beyond the capabilities of Penguin Books at the time the film is actually set, when the standard cover would have comprised a series of white and green/orange bands.
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