Persuasion

Continuity mistake: When Anne is running along Camden Place with the houses on the right, as she stops to talk with Harriet there is a gentleman with a walking cane and lady on each side walking ahead of them. As Anne starts to run away the camera faces her as she is looking along Camden Place from the reverse angle i.e. with the houses on the left, the gentleman and ladies are now behind when they should be out of shot behind the camera. (01:23:30 - 01:25:20)

Visible crew/equipment: Anne, Elizabeth, and Capt. Wentworth are walking on the estate, and as Elizabeth says "Hey look, there's poor Charles with them; come", the camera angle shifts over to Anne and you can see a member of the crew wearing a red shirt standing next to the tree behind her. (00:33:35)

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Anne Elliot: Captain... Captain. Are you going?
Captain Wentworth: Yes.
Anne Elliot: Is the first half at least not worth staying for?
Captain Wentworth: No. There's nothing worth me staying for. Good night.

Captain Wentworth: This is Henrietta and Louisa Musgrove, and this is Miss... Elliot.
Captain Harville: Miss Anne Elliot?
Anne Elliot: Yes.

Sir Walter Elliot: I must say, though, the worst of Bath is the number of plain women. I frequently observe that one pretty face would be followed by five and thirty frights.

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