Forever Young

Factual error: In the scene where Daniel is flying the B-25 (Mitchell) to see Helen, you can see the propellers are turning much slower than needed for a cruising flight. Also, the sound of the engines is too low and keeps changing even though Nat and him are talking.

Factual error: In the scene where Daniel is taking off with the "borrowed" B-25 (Mitchell), they have two shots switched. It shows him taking off (a beautiful shot), and the very next shot it shows him adding power through the throttles. This should be reversed.

Continuity mistake: During one scene, Mel Gibson is talking to the young boy through the treehouse door and holding the boy's jacket. The next scene, there is no jacket and then it magically reappears. (00:35:30)

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Daniel: Do you ever feel lost?
Claire Cooper: I invented it. It's mine.

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Question: Would the labels on the Budweiser bottles be the same in the older era during the beginning of the movie, as it is in the latter part of the movie (1994)?

Answer: The color and design of the label hasn't changed in decades, although the script on it has changed some over time. They all look almost identical from a distance.

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