Cabaret (1972)

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Corrected entry: Sally's "cross your heart" dress changes, during the "Cabaret" song scene. It passes from being left over right, to right over left and apparently is a flipped shot.

Correction: Someone is taking the piss. This is the third "Cabaret" error to be lifted almost word-for-word from IMDB. "During the song "Cabaret", Sally's "cross your heart" halter dress changes from crossing left-over-right to right-over-left and back between shots (probably a flipped shot)."

Other mistake: The film is set in 1931. One of the characters uses the phrase "plenty of nutting." This phrase comes from the song composed three years later in 1934 for the musical Porgy and Bess.

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