The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone (1959)

5 revealing mistakes in Mr. Dingle, the Strong

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Mr. Dingle, the Strong - S2-E19

Revealing mistake: Dingle lifts the bar bully over his head and twirls him around. But the dummy used to achieve this effect has a distinctly lifeless, plastic face, and more than once, the wires suspending it are visible.

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Mr. Dingle, the Strong - S2-E19

Revealing mistake: When Mr. Dingle lifts the bench, you can see the cables holding it up.

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Mr. Dingle, the Strong - S2-E19

Revealing mistake: When the reporter is talking into the microphone, you can see that the microphone is not hooked up.

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Mr. Dingle, the Strong - S2-E19

Revealing mistake: A close-up shot of the man Dingle is lifting over his head shows part of the lifter's face - revealing that an actor other than Burgess Meredith is used here.

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Mr. Dingle, the Strong - S2-E19

Revealing mistake: Before Dingle tries to lift the building, a crack can already be seen in the ceiling beam.

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