Airport '77

Continuity mistake: Jack Lemmon is picked out of the ocean by two men in a rubber boat. Both have dark hair and moustaches, one is balding. When they arrive back at the ship, both men have blond hair, are clean shaven, and are obviously younger. (01:24:10 - 01:24:55)

Continuity mistake: In order to show the take-off of Stevens Corporation's 747, a scene from "Airport '75" is used - the plane's tail fin reads "CA" (for "Columbia Airlines") instead of showing the Stevens Corporate Logo.

Continuity mistake: Eve tells the Captain about her job in Geneva. His right hand appears/disappears/reappears randomly on her cheek.

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Continuity mistake: When the little girl holds the drawing, her right hand appears/disappears on the upper part of the paper randomly. (00:16:12)

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Continuity mistake: When Eve and the Captain hug, her right arm is either tight around his neck or lowered next to his shoulder. (00:10:19)

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Continuity mistake: When Philip arrives at the mansion, a photographer on the left walks around and stands on the right. A shot later she is back on the left side. (00:01:45)

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Continuity mistake: When Karen attempts to open the submerged plane's outer door, the fastener on the back of her shirt is done up incorrectly, then it is suddenly buttoned the right way.

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Continuity mistake: In order to show the take-off of Stevens Corporation's 747, a scene from "Airport '75" is used - the plane's tail fin reads "CA" (for "Columbia Airlines") instead of showing the Stevens Corporate Logo.

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