Doctor Who

Invasion of the Dinosaurs - S11-E2

Visible crew/equipment: In episode 4, when the Doctor is in the Whomobile, a dark cylindrical object passes in front of the camera in the foreground. It's not something of the Doctor's, as his hands are inside the vehicle.

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Invasion of the Dinosaurs - S11-E2

Continuity mistake: In episode 3, Sarah is hit on the head by debris knocked loose by the escaping dinosaur. It hits her on the back of her head or shoulders – but the later bruises and scratches are on her forehead.

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Planet of the Daleks - S10-E4

Other mistake: In the first scene with the Dalek Supreme, the lights on its dome are way out of synch with its speech.

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Resurrection of the Daleks - S21-E4

Revealing mistake: When the Doctor is shooting the Dalek creature hidden under the coat, he is obviously using blanks because when you see the coat there are no bullet holes in it.

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Planet of the Daleks - S10-E4

Visible crew/equipment: After the Doctor recovers from his coma, he gets up and stands at the console. A reflection of a crew member can be seen in the shiny part of the central column.

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The Gunfighters - S3-E8

Revealing mistake: The "American" accents in this episode are all over the map and frequently inconsistent within the same scene.

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The Curse of Fenric - S26-E3

Deliberate mistake: One major mishap occurred just prior to editing, when a videotape containing various close-up and insert shots was accidentally wiped. At that point, there was no way that the director (Nicholas Mallett) could go back and rerecord the material, and so he was forced to work without it. This meant using footage that would usually have been discarded or replaced. The 'give aways' that reveal that Mallet had to work around the problems of the missing footage are (a) the lack of any close-ups of any of the actors in the final 10 minutes of episode 4, and (b) the continuity error involving the flames in the laboratory for the same period...the flames go from low to high and back to low from shot to shot.

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City of Death - S17-E2

Revealing mistake: In episode 2, when Scaroth locks the Doctor, Romana and Duggan in the basement dungeon, and Duggan lights the lamp, notice that Tom Baker is standing between that lamp and the actual stage light used to brighten the scene. So, as the lamp is lit in front of him, Tom Baker's BACK (and not his front) glows bright under the increased illumination.

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The Trial of a Time Lord 13-14 (aka The Ultimate Foe) - S23-E4

Audio problem: All of the scenes of the trial have some sort of sound problems. Among other things, sound bites from earlier on appear from seemingly nowhere, and, if you listen carefully, you can hear someone calling out the cue "Take 6", which should have been edited out quite easily, but wasn't.

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The Curse of Fenric - S26-E3

Continuity mistake: Near the end of episode 4 of "The Curse of Fenric", when Ace and the Doctor run out of the exploding bunker, the Doctor stumbles in the mud and puts his hand out to stop himself falling, getting mud all over it. The Doctor even stops to look at his muddied hand, in an almost symbolic gesture. Then the director goes in for the close-ups with the Doctor and Ace, and when the Doctor puts his hand up to rub Ace's nose (same hand), it's perfectly clean.

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Robot - S12-E1

Plot hole: The linchpin of the plot makes no sense whatsoever. In an effort to diffuse international tension, the superpowers would allow Britain to publish the codes that would allow anyone in the world to launch their nuclear missiles? And then, after going through the drama of not one but two countdowns, it's revealed that the superpowers can just activate safety over-rides to prevent the launch. So how in Hades did the SRS have any threat whatsoever to wield over them and issue their demands?

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The War Machines - S3-E10

Plot hole: It is highly unlikely that the discovery of a dead down-and-out's body in an empty warehouse would be reported in a national newspaper, especially as the discovery had to have been made when the newspapers were already being printed.

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Four to Doomsday - S19-E2

Visible crew/equipment: In episode 1, when Monarch tries to open the TARDIS, you can see the head of a crewmember hiding behind a crate in the foreground.

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The Green Death - S10-E5

Plot hole: Professor Jones says they tried to borrow the cutting equipment a few weeks ago, but Mr. Stevens says it was yesterday. One of them must be wrong...

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The Robots of Death - S14-E5

Revealing mistake: When Taren Capel is modifying a Voc robot, there is a shot of the robot's agitated hands as he reassures it. On the robot's silver gloves, the "Marigold" logo is visible. ('Marigold' make rubber gloves that are used when washing dishes). Perhaps that particular Voc robot had been assigned to dish-washing duty that day...

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Survival - S26-E4

Revealing mistake: The shot of the two motorbikes colliding with each other and exploding into flames is very unconvincing. Watch carefully, and you can "see the join" where a shot of the two motorbikes passing each other (and NOT colliding) is replaced by a "staged" fiery explosion.

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The Twin Dilemma - S21-E7

Revealing mistake: The bottle of acid that the Doctor throws at Mestor breaks open well before it hits the shield that Mestor is projecting around himself.

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The Tomb of the Cybermen - S5-E1

Revealing mistake: When Jamie and the Doctor try to open the doors to the tomb, watch them push it with their feet.

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The Tomb of the Cybermen - S5-E1

Factual error: When the group divide up into parties, the leaader says they need to be at the rocket at 1630, so meet here at 1625. He then goes on to say that will give them an hour to look for anyone that's missing. The other actors seem to notice his mistake because they either look puzzled or look off camera, probably seeing if anyone would shout "Cut."

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Genesis of the Daleks - S12-E4

Revealing mistake: During the Doctor's early conversation with the timelord, there is fog swirling around them. But when the Doctor agrees to take on the mission, it suddenly appears very concentrated around the tip of the rocks behind them, as if generated from a source behind the rocks. Normal fog would not do this, and it's clear that dry ice was used as the fog effect (DVD commentary confirms this).

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Daz

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