Grange Hill

Grange Hill (1978)

7 mistakes in season 7

(1 vote)

Episode #7.9 - S7-E9

Continuity mistake: When the argument starts between Glenroy and John Eastlake, Mr Fowler stands between them. Next shot Sue Shallcross is standing between Glenroy and Eastlake and separates them. Mr. Mcguffy then stands next to Sue, next shot Mr Fowler is standing between the two boys, then the angle changes and Sue and Mr Mcguffy are standing between Eastlake and Glenroy again, with Fowler standing next to Eastlake.

Episode #7.16 - S7-E16

Revealing mistake: When Mr Baxter tumbles down the hill after losing his footing, you can see that it is not Michael Cronin but his stunt double.

Episode #7.18 - S7-E18

Continuity mistake: The last record that Pogo plays is "True" by Spandau Ballet. When he first starts playing it the record label is red; after Stewpot asks Pogo to play the song again the record label is black.

Episode #7.18 - S7-E18

Continuity mistake: Mr McGuffy is walking down the corridor - behind him is a girl dressed in pink, and walking towards him is a boy in a black jumper with a white stripe on it. Mr. McGuffy enters the classroom to speak to Pogo - when the angle changes to inside, the girl in pink doesn't walk past the open door but the boy does, even though he had already passed the door in the previous angle.

Episode #7.18 - S7-E18

Continuity mistake: In the first scene of the disco with Glenroy as the DJ, some of the kids dancing can also be seen in the next shot of kids waiting in the queue to pay to get in.

Episode #7.18 - S7-E18

Revealing mistake: At the end when the credits are rolling, Spandau ballet's song "true" is heard playing, but if you look at the disco unit the turntable is revolving, but the arm is not on the record.

Episode #7.6 - S7-E6

Visible crew/equipment: When Mr. Baxter opens the cupboard door and everything falls out, you can see a pair of hands pushing everything out.

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