Star Trek

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: In the exterior shot, the double front doors of Reger's house have large curtained windows in them. After the Enterprise landing party rushes inside and closes the doors, however, they're suddenly solid wood with no windows. (00:06:35)

Jean G

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: The lawgivers' robes that Kirk and Spock take off and drop on the floor just inside the doorway disappear after they phaser the wall to reveal Landru. The robes reappear a few minutes later, but have now migrated several feet to one side, bunched up against the wall where they are no longer in tripping range of the actors about to enter the scene. (00:42:25 - 00:45:00)

Jean G

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: The U.S.S. Archon wasn't violating the prime directive, the prime directive was formed in 2253.

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: As Captain Kirk talks to Dr. McCoy, the background changes from stone to a red background in a closeup of Kirk's face. (00:27:05)

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: As Marpon talks to Spock, his right hand goes from being palm forward toward Spock, to being vertical, palm open, thumb upwards, and back.

Movie Nut

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: As Kirk talks to an "absorbed" McCoy, in the back-and-forth cuts between them, the part in Kirk's hair jumps from left to right and back.

Movie Nut

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: After the Law Giver kills Tamar, he starts to raise his staff. When the camera is in a close up on the Law Giver a second later, it's straight out again. (00:13:15)

Movie Nut

The Return of the Archons - S1-E21

Continuity mistake: While Kirk is attempting to convince Marplon and Reger to take them to Landru, a distant shot shows Marplon's right hand descend from his chest to his side. Immediately thereafter, a close-up shows Marplon's hand again suddenly at his chest.

Birdzip

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