The Philadelphia Experiment

Corrected entry: In a scene near the front of the movie, the two main sailors are riding in a truck across the harbor to the ship. In the background is a white ship, the S.S. Savanha, a nuclear cargo ship launched in i believe 1959, or 1960. The scene is supposed to be set in the early 1940s.

Correction: More than one ship bore the name, U.S.S. Savannah. The ship shown is the U.S.S. Savannah (CL-42), a 9475-ton Brooklyn class light cruiser, commissioned in March 1938. She was formally decommissioned in February 1947.

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Continuity mistake: When Dr. Longstreet, in 1984, is in his office, in the wide shot the rolodex is near the telephone and papers. In the close-up shot of his desk as he sits down, the rolodex is not there. The globe on the file cabinet also shows different continents in the close up than the wide shot. (00:32:55)

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