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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: After Benjamin cuts his thumb on the razor he takes it and curls it under his other four fingers. In the next shot his left hand is open wide and the thumb is not bleeding.

00:45:10

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: After Benjamin and Mrs. Robinson have a fight about Elaine she sits on the side of the bed putting on her stockings as she gets ready to leave. Benjamin says, "Oh no, look I like you" and in the next shot as the camera shifts angles a chair appears in front of Mrs. Robinson that wasn't there before.

00:53:10

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Benjamin arrives at the Robinson's for his date with Elaine and he sits on the couch next to Mrs. Robinson to try to explain. Before he sits down the lamp on the left of the couch is off, then in the next shot as he sits down the lamp is on.

00:57:00

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: When Mrs. Robinson first walks into Benjamin's room there's a dual light switch on the wall to the left the door that disappears two shots later as she walks across the room.

00:07:10

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Before Mr. Braddock introduces Benjamin at his birthday party we get a good look at the lawn chairs on the left of the screen and they're all in the shade. Several shots later when Benjamin finally comes out in his Scuba gear the lawn chairs are in the sunlight.

00:21:55

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Visible crew/equipment: Benjamin brings up Mrs. Robinson's purse and she says, "All right then put it in Elaine's room" and the shadow of the camera man's head can be seen on the right of the screen on the door.

00:15:50

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Benjamin says, "I'm going home now" and the red and white plastic ornament above Elaine's bed is casting a shadow on the large "R" behind her head board. In the next shot the lighting is different and there is no shadow.

00:14:50

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Benjamin and Mrs. Robinson have a rendezvous and while they're in bed he tries to get her to talk about her life and her husband. If you look closely at the top of the nightstand to her right there's only a pack of cigarettes and the switch to turn off the lamp. They speak in the dark for a few seconds that she turns the light back on and the nightstand is full of all sorts of other stuff that wasn't there before.

00:46:15

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: The two large black liquor bottles that we saw on the left of Mrs. Robinson's bar have been moved several feet to the right as Mr. Robinson pours Benjamin a nightcap.

00:17:55

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Benjamin calls Mrs. Robinson from the Taft Hotel lobby and asks her to meet him for a drink. At first he's standing in a dark phone booth then in the next shot as he walks out the area is all lit up.

00:25:10

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Benjamin brings up Mrs. Robinson's purse who says, "Put it in Elaine's room, where we were". He proceeds to put it next to a vase on the first shelf to the right of her picture. We've seen this shelf a few seconds before and all that was there was a cup and a pink basket that are now gone.

00:16:00

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: After Mrs. Robinson corners him in Elaine's room, Benjamin runs down stairs and picks up his drink just before Mr. Robinson walks through the front door. When we saw the drink earlier as he put it down just before they went up to see Elaine's picture, it was half full, now it's empty with a few ice cubes in it.

00:16:40

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Benjamin says, "Mrs. Robinson you're trying to seduce me" as she plays with her left earring. In the next shot she's not touching her ear but smoking her cigarette.

00:12:25

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9th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: The hotel desk clerk sends Benjamin over to the Singleman party and he speaks to Mr. Singleman and the other people at the door. He turns around to leave and in the next shot the people he was talking to are gone.

00:27:35

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8th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: Mr. Robinson pours Benjamin a scotch and puts the large black liquor bottle back down facing outward the same way as the other one. As Mr. Robinson hands him his drink Benjamin says, "thank you, thank you very much" and if you look closely at the label the black bottle of scotch has been rotated 90 degrees to the left and is no longer facing them.

00:18:00

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6th Jan 2007

Excalibur (1981)

Continuity mistake: In a long shot, Mordred brings Perceval to Morgana and she says as she holds him, "My lovely, clever boy". The next shot is a close-up and the blankets covering her throne are entirely different.

01:40:50

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6th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Continuity mistake: As Mr. McGuire and Benjamin walk out of the kitchen to the pool area to speak, the dark red lipstick mark on his cheek left by Joanna when she kissed him is now gone.

00:05:40

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6th Jan 2007

Excalibur (1981)

Continuity mistake: After the fight Lancelot lies dying and King Arthur says to Merlin, "Bring him back, whenever the cost". Guinevere lifts Lancelot's left hand and kisses it but in the next shot both of her hands are on his wound.

01:20:20

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6th Jan 2007

Excalibur (1981)

Continuity mistake: In the final battle as Lancelot lies dying the blood on his face, especially on his left cheek, changes in the close-ups as he speaks to King Arthur.

02:12:00

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6th Jan 2007

The Graduate (1967)

Visible crew/equipment: As they walked out of Benjamin's room to go downstairs to the party the shadow of the boom mike can be seen moving across the left side of the hall way.

00:04:10

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