War and Remembrance

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Factual error: When Pug comes home, Rhoda puts on a Christmas record. The record player has an automatic changer that drops the disc and then moves the arm into place. Though a small 45 rpm changer was designed as early as 1938, and this movie's set in 1942, the type Rhoda uses here wasn't around for another 20 years.

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Factual error: Part 10: Near the end, the superimposed title identifies the battleship on screen as the U.S.S. Iowa. But the visible hull number is 62 - which was the New Jersey, not the Iowa. The U.S.S. Iowa's hull number was BB 61.

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Continuity mistake: Part 2: When Beck is visiting, Aaron Jastrow's wine glass refills itself several times between takes, even though he hasn't poured any more wine.

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Trivia: In what may have been a casting first, the actor playing Adolf Hitler, Steven Berkoff, was Jewish.

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Trivia: In its day, War and Remembrance held the record for most expensive mini-series ever produced. Its price tag was in excess of $110,000.00. (ABC picked up the tab after Paramount declined to finance the sequel.) The production was shot in over 750 locations around the world and hired more than 44,000 actors, 358 of whom had speaking parts.

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