Bringing up Baby

Corrected entry: When Susan tears her dress you can see that both sides of the dress where the tear is are straight indicating that Velcro was used to make it look genuine.

Correction: Velcro was not invented yet when this movie was made. Velcro was thought of around 1948 and patented in 1955. They used something else.

Continuity mistake: In one of the early scenes where Baby, the pet leopard is introduced, you can tell that the scene was shot twice and overlapped. Baby's leash has an obvious gap in it, and the two halves move independently.

More mistakes in Bringing up Baby

Susan Vance: You mean you want me to go home?
David Huxley: Yes.
Susan Vance: You mean you don't want me to help you any more?
David Huxley: No.
Susan Vance: After all the fun we've had?
David Huxley: Yes.
Susan Vance: And after all the things I've done for you?
David Huxley: That's what I mean.

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