Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

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Factual error: The snub nosed revolver used by Miss Fisher, a J-Frame S&W, was not produced until 1950.

Death at Victoria Dock - S1-E4

Character mistake: Fisher refers to some characters as speaking "a Slavic language." The characters are Latvian anarchists. Lettish (aka Latvian) is a Baltic language, not Slavic.

Death by Miss Adventure - S1-E10

Character mistake: Dr. Mac refers to the murdered girl as "Daisy Miller." Later it's revealed that the murdered girl's name is actually "Daisy Murphy." (00:01:00 - 00:06:00)

Cocaine Blues - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: Early on, Miss Fisher and Doctor McMillan are strolling among the dockers in the background. But Miss Fisher hasn't disembarked the ship yet, that happens in the following scene. (00:01:45)

Murder Most Scandalous - S2-E1

Factual error: Reference is made to "Queen's Counsel", but in 1928 King George V was on the throne (his picture is every scene of the South Police station) There was only "King's Counsel" until Queen Elizabeth II ascended in 1953.

Fred Powell III

Raisins and Almonds - S1-E5

Other mistake: Miss Fisher takes a handwritten phrase in "ancient" Hebrew to one of the main characters to be translated. The writing is actually in cursive Hebrew and is properly written. While performing the translation however, the "expert" translator holds the writing upside down. He also follows the writing with his finger from left to right. Hebrew is written from right to left. (00:32:00)

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