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The Cult - S7-E1

Revealing mistake: Marie brings a covered cake to Raymond's for Robert's intervention, but it's obvious there is no cake on the plate because her dress is visible through the dome covering the cake plate.

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3rd Mar 2011

Bonanza (1959)

The Gentleman from New Orleans - S5-E18

Revealing mistake: They are trying to find where Jean Lafitte is hiding. Thinking that he is behind the drapes which cover a window, two bullets are fired into the drapery. The bullets should have shattered the window, but when they look behind them (and he is not there) the window and the frame are untouched.

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Robert Moves Back - S3-E25

Factual error: Robert's voyeuristic neighbors are using the same elevator as Robert does and tease him about seeing him and Amy through his bedroom window. But if they were able to see into his bedroom, they would not be using that elevator; it would be in another building. From the outside shot of his apartment building, it would be impossible to look into his bedroom.

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31st Dec 2010

Prancer (1989)

Revealing mistake: When Santa starts reciting the long list of things the little boy wants for Christmas, you can see the boy's eyes reading Santa's lines off-camera.

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Barney Hosts a Summit Meeting - S8-E21

Continuity mistake: In the scene where the meeting participants are in the kitchen, the Russian guy opens the icebox, does not close it, and sits at the table. When Aunt Bee comes in immediately thereafter, the door is closed. She opens it again and partially closes it; but in the next shot, it is fully open.

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Goober Goes to an Auto Show - S8-E22

Factual error: Goober and the Taylors stop and get gas in Raleigh before heading back to Mayberry. As they are waiting, a Coors Brewing Company truck is seen driving past the service station. Coors Beer was not sold east of the Mississippi River until the mid-1980s.

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Pat's Secret - S9-E15

Continuity mistake: In the last scene where everybody is in Ray's living room, the strap on Georgia Engel's purse keeps changing positions from hanging from her left shoulder to across her chest. Finally, when both her hands are occupied trying to light a match, her purse slips from her shoulder to her bent elbow. In the next shot, her hands are still not free, but the purse strap is on her shoulder again.

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30th Sep 2010

Dial M for Murder (1954)

Continuity mistake: Early in the film when Swann picks up his coat to leave the apartment then changes his mind, he puts his coat and scarf back on the chair and the scarf is under the coat. Later on, the scarf is folded on top of the coat, but no one has moved it.

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30th Sep 2010

Dial M for Murder (1954)

Continuity mistake: Tony throws a bundle of notes onto the seat of the brown chair. Later, when Swann picks up the money, it's on the arm of the chair.

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23rd Sep 2010

The Golden Girls (1985)

Vacation - S2-E8

Continuity mistake: When the girls are sitting around the campfire, the amount of burned wood changes from shot to shot. First it's partially scorched, then mostly scorched then partially scorched again.

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20th Sep 2010

Dial M for Murder (1954)

Continuity mistake: When Mark is talking to Margo early in the film in her living room, the camera shows a front view of her and she is standing in front of liquor bottles lined up on a table. Behind her, Mark is in front of the fireplace. When Tony comes home within minutes, the bar is next to the front door and the bottles are rearranged.

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Continuity mistake: When Cary Grant is on the speedboat, he is wearing a red polka-dot scarf at his neck. The position of the scarf changes from shot to shot, as evidenced by the dots rearranging themselves.

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