Father Brown

The Sins of the Father - S4-E9

Factual error: A character is revealed as having been hypnotised into committing murder against their will. This is not possible. (00:36:25)

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The Kembleford Dragon - S6-E3

Factual error: During the fete sequence at the railway station there is a green van with the registration number YRL61C. Father Brown is set in the 1950s and C registrations were issued to vehicles first registered in 1965.

The Devil You Know - S6-E6

Factual error: A character is referred to in German as a she-devil, which is given as "sie teufel." This is German for the two words "she" and "devil" but not for the word "she-devil", which is "Weibsteufel." (00:32:15 - 00:33:20)

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The Last Man - S3-E5

Other mistake: Mrs McCarthy exclaims "The blackguard." The subtitles say "The blackheart!" (A blackheart is a type of cherry). (00:22:25)

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The Daughter of Autolycus - S4-E5

Other mistake: Lady Felicia says "Ah, Father, how very propitious." The subtitles say "Ah, Father, how very capricious." (00:03:10)

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The Hangman's Demise - S4-E3

Factual error: Crown Court is referred to; unfortunately they didn't come into existence until 1972, nearly 20 years later. At the time of Father Brown they were 'Assizes'.

The Rod of Asclepius - S4-E6

Factual error: Albert Garrity tells Father Brown about himself and his late wife meeting "Mr and Mrs Weston" on Mayday bank holiday in 1931 and it was the wettest mayday for twenty five years. Mayday wasn't made a bank holiday until 1978.

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