A King in New York

Continuity mistake: When the lawyer calls a taxi, Chaplin's facing the right. In the next shot he is facing the left.

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Continuity mistake: When Chaplin is watching the TV that's in the bathroom, the wiper blade of the screen is in low position and not moving. A split second later, in the next shot, it's up and moving fast.

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Continuity mistake: First day in the hotel. Chaplin dries his hand grabbing a long piece of towel. In the next shot it is a shorter amount.

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Continuity mistake: First day at the hotel, Kay's lips don't synch with the song at all.

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Continuity mistake: The man being questioned by the court changes from facing straight to sideways from one shot to the other.

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Continuity mistake: In the Club. Chaplin moves the cymbal away but the tip of it is seen a split second later back in place.

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Continuity mistake: In the school before Chaplin takes off his hat in front of Rupert, his hand is off the cane, a frame later it's on it.

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Continuity mistake: Chaplin exits the room looking for spies and looks to the right, in the next shot he is looking the other way.

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Continuity mistake: The sign inside the elevator changes from unlit to lit.

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Continuity mistake: Chaplin's position in the revolving doors doesn't match between shots.

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Continuity mistake: While Chaplin is hearing the loud orchestra in the Club, the drummer behind is standing up, several inches behind the drums, banging them wildly. Half a second later, a close shot on Chaplin shows the drummer behind, sitting down close to the drum. Back to a wide shot and the drummer is up and wild again. He doesn't sit down and calm himself until several minutes later.

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Continuity mistake: During the checkers game, Chaplin's hand changes from under to off of his chin.

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Continuity mistake: After Chaplin breaks the check and says "quite so", his hand is up; in the next frame it's down.

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Continuity mistake: During the detective affair in the hotel, Rupert's hands change from close to his chin to down.

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Continuity mistake: First day in the hotel. Chaplin hears the woman and places the palm of his hand on a towel. In the next shot it's on his chest, without him having moved it.

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Continuity mistake: When the group of men arrive at the room, Rupert turns his head, but it's back to the left in the next shot.

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Continuity mistake: The ambassador places his glasses to watch the TV twice.

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Continuity mistake: In the cinema Chaplin makes his way along the aisle nervous and stumbling, but in the very next frame he is walking steady and calmed.

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Continuity mistake: During the filming of the drink commercial, Chaplin holds the glass at eye level, but a second later it's in a different position.

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Audio problem: Dinner with Kay. Chaplin's doing Hamlet. When he says "Perchance" audio drastically changes quality and he is not mouthing the words we hear from him.

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Lawyer: Your Majesty, first and foremost, you must stand on your rights and demand immunity on the ground of your Royal Prerogative.
King Shahdov: Immunity from what?
Lawyer: That I don't know, but I intend to find out. But if they put the 64 dollars question to you, as if you are, or ever have been a communist, then again you must stand on your Royal Prerogative.
King Shahdov: But that question is absurd.
Lawyer: There are many things absurd these days.

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