Stardust

Factual error: While the band's clothes and hairstyles are right for the era the film was set in (the sixties), the hair fashions and clothes of the extras, especially the audience and security men, are from when this film was made - the mid seventies.

Factual error: When the band are in the cafe, it is set in 1965, but "Matthew and Son" by Cat Stevens can heard on the radio. This record was not issued until 1967.

Factual error: After the Stray Cats have played at the 1965 poll winners concert, they get into a Daimler DS420 limousine that did not start production until 1968.

Factual error: During the launderette scene, cars from the 1970's can be seen through the window driving along the road outside.

Factual error: Shortly after buying the van, the group call at a guest house and the Zombies song "She's Not There" is playing on the radio. This was not issued until 1964. This scene is set around the time of president Kennedy's assassination in 1963.

Factual error: When Mike is in the car lot buying the group's van, it is set in November 1963, around the time President Kennedy was shot. In the background, we can see a green Ford lorry that is a 1965 model.

Factual error: While the Stray Cats are in the hotel during their 1966 tour of the USA, the Bee Gees song "I Gotta Get a Message to You" is played. This was not issued until 1968.

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