Winds of War

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Factual error: Part 4: The cord on the telephone Pug uses to call Pam should be a straight wire. Instead, it's coiled: a design not yet in use in the 1940s. (00:13:30)

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Continuity mistake: Part 7: The car Captain Henry parks near the cliff at the very end moves itself between takes. It's sitting on the road when he parks it, but when we cut to an overhead shot after he gets out, the car has suddenly moved off the road and into the dirt alongside it.

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Continuity mistake: Part 3: Hitler enters the study and stands near the door with his hands clasped behind his back. The angle reverses, and his hands move instantly to his sides. Reverse again, and he's returned to his original stance. (00:20:00)

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Trivia: Herman Wouk, the author of the source novel, has a cameo as the Archbishop of Siena.

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Trivia: Logan Ramsey, who played Senator Ike Lacouture, was the son of the radio operator who sent out the very first alert of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. Logan Ramsey Sr.'s famous message was, "Air raid, Pearl Harbor. This is no drill!"

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Trivia: The script for the entire series tops out at 962 pages, and contains 1785 scenes and 285 speaking parts. The total production involved more than 4,000 camera setups, and more than a million feet of exposed film were shot. The complete series was shot at over 404 different locations in Europe, California and Washington State over a 14 month shooting schedule.

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