James Warrender

15th Oct 2005

Fawlty Towers (1975)

9th Oct 2005

Halloween II (1981)

Continuity mistake: In the first scene when Loomis has just shot Michael. In first film, Loomis looks over the balcony and see that he is gone, but now he goes out and discovers that he is gone.

James Warrender

3rd Feb 2005

Little Britain (2003)

3rd Feb 2005

Little Britain (2003)

20th Jan 2005

Carry On Cabby (1963)

Trivia: When Charles Hawtrey gets out of bed and steps in his chamber pot it starts rolling around on the floor and he tells it to be quiet. He was not meant to say it, he just improvised.

James Warrender

6th Jan 2005

Friends (1994)

29th Dec 2004

Carry on Nurse (1959)

Trivia: In the scene where Joan Sims is about to give a patient a bath she looks at his feet and comments about them. The big feet were actually Bernard Breslaw's.

James Warrender

21st Oct 2004

Carry On Matron (1972)

30th Sep 2004

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

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Suggested correction: If you look carefully, the face looks pretty much the same, as well as the voice.


The reason the voice was the same is that it was probably an audio dub, which is a voice recording over someone else's voice.

Audio problem: When Sid James comes out of the building, in the scene at the end with the big fight, a man comes up to him and Sid asks, "You wish to see me?" Just before this, you see him mouth the words to that line.

James Warrender

11th Aug 2004

Carry on Camping (1969)

Trivia: This film was set in the summer time but recorded in November and the field they set the film in was so muddy they had to spray paint the mud green so it looked like grass.

James Warrender

5th Aug 2004

Carry On Cowboy (1966)

Audio problem: When Annie Oakley is singing her song her lips aren't moving to the words. The best time to see this is when the song plays "Love......." and even though her lips have stopped moving the song words are still going.

James Warrender

22nd Jul 2004

Torn Curtain (1966)

22nd Jul 2004

Vertigo (1958)

Trivia: Alfred Hitchcock makes his regular cameo watching a group of street entertainers.

James Warrender

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