Nashville (1975)

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Corrected entry: About 20 minutes into the film, a female reporter is asked who she works for. She replies, "BBC," and when asked what that stands for replies, "British Broadcasting Company." The correct name is "British Broadcasting Corporation".

Correction: I wouldn't call this a mistake. As the movie progresses, that particular character's back story becomes questionable, i.e., it's quite clear by the end that she does not in fact work for the BBC.

Corrected entry: At the climax of the film, a TV reporter says that independent presidential candidate Hal Phillip Walker of the Replacement Party has been winning primary elections. Third-party candidates do not participate in the primaries.

Correction: They can. Third parties candidates can participate in primary elections, if say, one party had more than one candidate running for president.


Lady Pearl: And then comes Bobby. Oh, I worked for him. I worked here, I worked all over the country, I worked out in California, out in Stockton. Well, Bobby came here and spoke and he went down to Memphis and then he even went out to Stockton California and spoke off the Santa Fe train at the old Santa Fe depot. Oh, he was a beautiful man. He was not much like John, you know. He was more puny-like. But all the time I was workin' for him, I was just so scared - inside, you know, just scared.

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