Corrected entry: At the beginning, when Tess is reading aloud facts about Mr. Twain, she says he was born in 1906. At the dinner table, Twain says he is 76 years old. This constitutes the date being 1982. Judging from the vehicles and clothing worn by the actors, the movie is set earlier than the 80's, probably the 50's or so.
Corrected entry: When Lionel Twain makes his appearance at the dining table he presses a button on his wheelchair which makes all the windows and doors become locked and barred. Then in a later scene when the group have returned to the lounge Dick Charleston opens the window to see if it has stopped raining but the windows are supposed to be locked and barred.
Continuity mistake: Right at the end when the man takes his mask off, a strand of blonde hair hangs out from the back of "his" head. In the next shot the hair is dark brown.
Marcel: Something isn't right in all of this, eh. I can feel it in my buns.
Inspector Milo Perrier: Your what?
Marcel: My buns.
Inspector Milo Perrier: Buns? Your buns? You bought buns and you didn't tell me? Where are they? Where are the buns?
Marcel: Oh! No, monsieur. The bones in my body.
Inspector Milo Perrier: You should not speak with an accent when you know I am so hungry.
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