Gunga Din

Gunga Din (1939)

4 mistakes

Revealing mistake: When the snakes in the pit are shown, all their heads are held up by black strings.


Factual error: The film is set during the late 1880's in India. The rifles/bayonets carried by all the British soldiers and Thuggee Indians are American 1890's Krag-Jorgensen rifles. Presumably done for ease of supplying American ammunition compared to British .303 ammunition.

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Andrew Upton

Continuity mistake: When the curtain gets stuck to Ballantine's pants, at first it's stuck on his side, then in the next shot it's stuck in the middle of his back.

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Revealing mistake: When they are feeding Annie the Elephant medicine with a wooden spoon, there is obviously no fluid in the spoon.

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