Circle of Friends

Factual error: At the ball, in 1957, they play Eddie Cochran's "C'Mon Everybody" which wasn't written until 1958.


Continuity mistake: When the girls call 'hello' to the butcher, he is standing in the doorway of his shop holding a cleaver with his assistant behind him. The angle changes and the assistant is now beside him and he has both his hands in his pockets.


Continuity mistake: Jack's tie changes between the time the 3 girls meet him on the way to the first lecture and when we see him in the lecture itself. In the first scene it is all dark, in the 2nd there is a light stripe below the knot.

More mistakes in Circle of Friends

Jack Foley: You really know who you are, don't you?
Bernadette 'Benny' Hogan: Well, yes, of course I do.

Bernadette 'Benny' Hogan: You mustn't mess me about. I know I may look like a rhinoceros, but I've got quite a thin skin really.

Bernadette 'Benny' Hogan: I don't know why you let me go to University. It's like taking me to the top of the mountain and showing me the world, and then marching me back down, and saying, "That's what you can't have Benny, you silly great fat article. Here's what you can have: Knockglen for the rest of your life and married to Sean bloody Walsh!" I'd rather be married to a bloody lizard.

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