High Plains Drifter

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Eastwood is watching "the city of Lago volunteers" training,he is drinking a beer. The first time he lifts the glass to drink, it is about half empty. After he says something to the man with the knife, he lifts the glass for another drink and it is nearly full.

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Continuity mistake: As Stranger [Eastwood] is bathing, Cali Traverse enters, in a rage, and pulls a gun. As she screams and fires at him, her open cleavage appears to change between partial to almost none, during the action shots.

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Continuity mistake: In the beginning when Eastwood is getting a shave, the amount of shaving cream on his face changes from shot to shot. Especially just before he shoots the three bad guys.

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William Bergquist

Continuity mistake: Early in the bar scene, the drifter's bottle goes from his left to his right on the bar.

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In the scene where Eastwood is watching "the city of Lago volunteers" training,he is drinking a beer. The first time he lifts the glass to drink, it is about half empty. After he says something to the man with the knife, he lifts the glass for another drink and it is nearly full.

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Trivia

At the end of the film when the Stranger (Clint Eastwood) is riding out of Lago, he passes a midget who is painting a name on a tombstone. In the next shot you see two more tombstones to the left. The names on these are "Sergio Leone" and "Don Siegel."

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