10 Rillington Place

Other mistake: At the very beginning of the film, we see Christie commit a murder at the end of the Second World War whilst wearing the uniform of a Special Constable. Christie served during the First World War, and he wears the ribbons of the 1914 or 1914/15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal on his tunic. Unfortunately, whoever put them on put the bar upside down - they read from left to right VM, BWM, Star.

Andrew Upton

Beryl Evans: What's that for?
John Reginald Christie: Just a whiff of gas.
Beryl Evans: Gas?
John Reginald Christie: Like at the dentists, take away those little twinges.
Beryl Evans: But that's poisonous isn't it?
John Reginald Christie: Not the way we use it, something we had to learn in the war.

John Reginald Christie: Ere, be careful - do you mind.
Workman Willis: Mind the paintwork, mate.
Workman Jones: And the priceless anti-ques.

John Reginald Christie: This stuff I use, 1 in 10 might die from it.
Timothy John Evans: Die.
John Reginald Christie: Well, that's an acceptable medical risk.

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