Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes

Continuity mistake: When Jack finds out that Alice is dead, she is looking upwards or straight, depending on the shot, with no continuity whatsoever.

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Continuity mistake: Dead Alice's face alternates between being in the shadows or with a big beam of light on her cheek.

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Continuity mistake: When Jack and Alice's carriage leaves the premises, Jack's father is leaning against the window in one shot, then away, then back close to the window.

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Trivia: Ralph Richardson, who played the Sixth Earl of Greystoke, died shortly after filming had ended, and he received a posthumous Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. The film was dedicated to his memory.

Trivia: The dialogue of Andie MacDowell (Jane) was dubbed in post-production by Glenn Close.

Trivia: Even though the film is entitled "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes", the word "Tarzan" is never actually mentioned in the film. The Ape Man is referred to as either "Lord Greystoke" or "John."

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