Continuity mistake: Ed Harris plays a property manager character and is featured in the beginning of the movie, walking with a pronounced limp, a seemingly painful gait. His character is shown in many other nominal scenes throughout the movie without limping. Most notable, shortly before the end of the movie, his character is shown dancing wildly, spastically, and jumping to music, seemingly unencumbered and fluidly, in a way that his character in the first part of the movie would not have been capable of doing.
2nd Jan 2022
2nd Jan 2022
9th Nov 2015
Factual error: In the party scene at Bob Crewe's house, shortly after the Four Seasons have met him at his office, there is a framed copy of Andy Warhol's Campbell soup can, which was not produced until 1962. This party scene most certainly would have been years prior to 1962, as Crewe began collaborating with Bob Guado in 1960 and "Sherry" was the first major record success by the Four Season's, also to hit the airwaves in 1962.
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