Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Continuity mistake: During the creation scene, there is one shot in which it is obvious that the metallic tank supposedly containing the creature is empty.

Other mistake: When the Creature comes out of the amniotic fluid bath, he slips around and then gets caught in the chains. Victor falls asleep and then there is a sequence of shots of him and the Creature running through the laboratory. In one shot, he is kneeling by the door and pulling on Victor's coat to wear and you can see large indentations in his back and sides. These look like a rubber or latex covering to enlarge his frame that have flexed the wrong way and have become concave and appear totally unrealistic.

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