The Sopranos

The Sopranos (1999)

3 continuity mistakes in For All Debts Public and Private

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For All Debts Public and Private - S4-E1

Continuity mistake: Tony throws the newspaper at his son and it lands with a corner folded on the cereal bowl. From the opposite angle it is laying straight on the table.

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For All Debts Public and Private - S4-E1

Continuity mistake: When Chris places the twenty dollar bill on the fridge, there's a picture of a fat kid next to it. Depending on the angle, a paper covers/not part of the photo.

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For All Debts Public and Private - S4-E1

Continuity mistake: When Tony Jr. reads the newspaper, his part of the table changes completely: The napkin changes position, the orange juice comes closer to his arm, the spoon in the bowl changes positions, and a mug in front is replaced for a load of papers. The position of his thumb also swaps from being beneath a photo, to on top of it depending on the angle.

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