Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn (1942)

6 mistakes

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Continuity mistake: After their first number, Ted and Jim are in their dressing room, Jim is buttoning his left cuff and then pulls down his right sleeve. In the next shot, he does this again.

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Continuity mistake: Fred Astaire throws a box of candy over the back of a park bench. It lands on the ground, and the next shots show the candy appearing and disappearing.

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Continuity mistake: When Bing Crosby sends a telegram to Fred Astaire it is dated Dec 25, even though it is revealed a few moment later in the flower shop scene that it is Christmas Eve.


Revealing mistake: When Jim and Linda are walking outside after the first night Holiday Inn is open, they are walking through the "snow" but leave no footprints behind them. It is obvious that it is simply a stage floor painted white.

Continuity mistake: Both times the song White Christmas is sung, first by Jim, then at the end of the movie by Linda, the singer uses a smoker's pipe to sound notes on the bells hanging on the Christmas tree by the piano. However, certain bells are struck twice and produce different notes from the first time they were struck.

Audio problem: While Bing Crosby sings "White Christmas," he is playing the piano. However, the piano is never heard.

Jim Hardy: For that kinda of money you oughta be able to go by way o' Medicine Hat.

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Trivia: This movie débuts two famous Irving Berlin songs, both of which became the title songs for later movies starring one or other of the lead men from this movie - "White Christmas" in 1954 was led by Bing Crosby, and "Easter Parade" in 1948 with Fred Astaire.

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