Funny Girl

Funny Girl (1968)

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Factual error: In the famous tugboat scene, Fannie rides out on a New York Central tugboat painted jade green - a color which wasn't instituted on the boats until the early 1960s. To be accurate, the tugboat would have to have been painted red with a black stack and the New York Central logo.

Continuity mistake: During the roller skate rag number, Barbara Streisand falls and her curls in the back of her wig become loose, and when she stands up they are perfect.

Factual error: Barbara's hairstyle is that of late 60's, when the movie was made, and not correct for the early 1900s setting of the film.


Continuity mistake: At Keany's, Famny say goodbye to Nick at the backstage outside door the one with the frosted glass window), but when she leans against the door, the shot was of a quick fade in of her against the dressing room door (no window). Intentional? If so, the rapid fade in leads one to believe it was meant to be the same moment, ie. no transition.

Rose Brice: When you look at him, you only see what you want to see.
Fanny Brice: I see him as he is. I love him as he is.
Rose Brice: Fanny. Love him a little less. Help him a little more.

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Question: Nick was supposed to be watching Fanny sing at Keany's, but I just don't see him in the audience shots. Error?

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