Cheers

Cheers (1982)

4 continuity mistakes in Give Me a Ring Sometime

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Give Me a Ring Sometime - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When Diane says "Nothing" to Sam, there is a crease on her top and part of her necklace is resting on that crease. 2 shots later, the crease is gone and the necklace is hanging freely.

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Give Me a Ring Sometime - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When Carla is reading out an order to Sam, there is someone visible to the left of screen who isn't there in the next shot.

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Give Me a Ring Sometime - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When Diane starts laughing, Sam walks over to Carla and she looks at him. In the next shot, Carla is looking down at her notepad.

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Give Me a Ring Sometime - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: When Coach takes Norm out of the bar, Carla walks past them. In the next shot, Carla is suddenly seen walking out of shot at the other side of the room without any time to get there that fast.

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The portrait of Geronimo hanging in the bar was a tribute to Nicholas Colasanto after he died. The portrait originally hung in his dressing room.

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