The Cherokee Kid (1927)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where Sinbad is eating with Nat Love's gang at the dinner table, Dawnn Lewis's character shoots a piece of chicken out of someone's hand. If you slow it down and look closely, you can see the wire used to pull back the chicken.

Correction: If you have to use slow motion to see this, it is not valid as a mistake as per the rules of the site.


Factual error: When Bloomington offers the reward for Cherokee Kid's carcass, the undertaker asks a man if he's right handed or southpaw. The term southpaw originates from baseball stadiums from the 1920's. Home plate usually faced east to keep afternoon sun out of the batter's eyes, this makes the pitcher's left hand be to the south.

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