Kings Row

Continuity mistake: Robert Cummings is talking to a Viennese doctor. The doctor lights a match for his pipe. Then, in the next shot, there is no match.

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Continuity mistake: Robert Cummings makes a cup of tea, with milk. But when he puts the cup and saucer on the table, the tea is black, no milk.

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Dr. Alexander Q. Tower: Oh, have you read this?
Parris Mitchell: Yes, sir. I didn't understand it entirely, I'm afraid.
Dr. Alexander Q. Tower: Well, it's a new field. They've even a new word for it: psychiatry.
Parris Mitchell: It's something I never thought about. I mean, for a doctor to want to cure diseases of people's minds instead of their bodies. I suppose it's a pretty big field, sir.
Dr. Alexander Q. Tower: Maybe too big. Maybe a hundred years off.

Madame Marie von Eln: Don't cry, Anna, for me. It will be worse for him. My troubles are almost over and his are just beginning. Growing up is so difficult, Anna. The disappointments and the heartbreaks, the frightening problems, the menaces and cruelties of the world. How often have I wished that his mother will live or his father, or that I were his mother! It isn't fair that a young boy should be brought up by an old woman who will leave him when he needs her most.

Dr. Alexander Q. Tower: Well, a little loneliness won't hurt you to speak of... you get used to it.

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