Klaus Egvang


Second Chances - S6-E24

Continuity mistake: William Riker is playing cards with La Forge and Worf. The camera is focusing on Riker and there is no 4th chair. When Tom Riker enters, William says "Why don't you join us" and now removes his trombone from the 4th chair which has suddenly appeared. (00:31:25)

Klaus Egvang

3rd Sep 2018

Space: 1999 (1975)

The Troubled Spirit - S1-E22

Visible crew/equipment: In the beginning when the camera enters room 3C with the plants, a shadow of the cameraman can be seen on the door frame. (00:02:05)

Klaus Egvang

29th Jul 2018

Titanic (1997)

Factual error: During the sinking scene, Murdoch looks down the crew stairs on the starboard side, where water is entering from an open door on deck A. That door should have faced outward (starboard side) otherwise the door would have lead into cabin A7 and I don't think the occupant would have enjoyed that.

Klaus Egvang

Conspiracy - S1-E25

Revealing mistake: After the fight with Riker, Quinn throws Worf through the room, hitting a wall. The replicator part of the wall moves.

Klaus Egvang

31st Mar 2018

Mamma Mia! (2008)

Continuity mistake: During the song "The winner takes it all" at one point 4 people are walking up the mountain in the background, 2 in white and 2 in mint green. The next shot they are gone.

Klaus Egvang

All Good Things... (2) - S7-E26

Visible crew/equipment: Captain Picard joins the poker game and Data asks the Captain if he wants to deal. Picard says "Thank you Mr. Data." Riker sits down, and just before Captain Picard starts saying "Actually..." a camera or other bit of equipment briefly pops into shot behind Riker.

Klaus Egvang

27th Feb 2017

Vikings (2013)

The Vision - S4-E12

Continuity mistake: Shots from inside the boat show all 3 boats without sails, but aerial views and shots from behind the boats shows them with sails. (00:36:30 - 00:38:40)

Klaus Egvang

26th Apr 2016

The Blacklist (2013)

Berlin - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: When the plane is about to land the landing gear is deployed. After the abort order, the plane flies low over the landing strip, and the landing gear is up. When it ascends the landing gear is deployed again. (00:34:40)

Klaus Egvang

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