Pride & Prejudice

Factual error: The Douglas firs or Redwoods shown at the front of Longbourn (Groombridge Place) were not introduced to the UK before 1827, but the film is set in 1797.

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Quotes

Mr. Darcy: Mr. Gardiner, are you fond of fishing?
Mr. Gardiner: Oh, very much.
Mr. Darcy: Can I persuade you to accompany me down to the lake this afternoon? It's very well-stocked, and its inhabitants have been left in peace for far too long.
Mr. Gardiner: I would be delighted.

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Mistakes

Just before Mr Bingley proposes to Jane, when Mrs Bennet orders 'Everybody to the kitchen', Jane is holding her right hand over her left hand. When Mrs Bennet kisses her hands the next second, her left hand is over her right hand.

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Trivia

Although never mentioned in the film, Mr. Darcy's first name is Fitzwilliam, as seen in his letter to Elizabeth.

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