Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

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Continuity mistake: "The City Beneath the Sea": Seaview is on the ocean floor investigating the underwater city. Two inserted stock shots then show it up near the surface at periscope depth. In the next shot, though, it's back on the bottom again.

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Continuity mistake: "Escape from Venice": Nelson spins the roulette wheel. We see a close-up of the wheel slowing down. Cut back to a full shot, and now the wheel is spinning faster than ever, even though no one has touched it.

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Continuity mistake: "Escape from Venice": Nelson takes the captured assassin's knife and says that Alicia was killed with one just like it. But he can't possibly know that. He never saw the body or the weapon. Only Crane was with Alicia when she was murdered, and Crane, still missing in action, hasn't been in contact with Nelson.

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Continuity mistake: "The Cyborg": At the end, Crane shoots the cyborg Nelson in the forehead. It clutches at its completely intact face and falls down. We cut to crew reactions and then back to the fallen cyborg - and now its head is nothing but a jumble of circuits. Were those delayed-action bullets in Crane's gun?

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Continuity mistake: "11 Days to Zero": A saboteur on an overhead scaffold hastily sprays an X on the top of Nelson's car with white paint. In later aerial shots, the X is composed of 2 perfectly straight, thick lines stretching from corner to corner of the car's roof. No way was that X made in a few seconds with a spray can.

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Continuity mistake: "The Cyborg": To expose the cyborg duplicate of himself, Nelson disrupts the nerve controls on the computer facsimile's left hand. But the cyborg Nelson's right hand is the one that subsequently malfunctions.

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Continuity mistake: Throughout seasons 2-4: When the series went to color in the second season, the Seaview was redesigned with only one set of observation windows. But stock footage of the old multiple windows continued to appear for the rest of the series, usually with the film dyed blue.

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Continuity mistake: "No Way Out": When Anna tries to kill Koslow, Victor spies on her from behind the ventilation grate. The ribbons fluttering on the duct cover disappear when the shot switches to Victor's point of view.

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Continuity mistake: "The City Beneath the Sea": Seaview's windows form 8 horizontal rectangles in 2 rows across its bow. But the interior sets have windows that form vertical rectangles, and they're much closer together than they are in the exterior shots.

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Continuity mistake: "No Way Out": When Victor tries to get into sickbay, the guard stops him, pointing a rifle at his chest. But in the very next reverse angle shot, the rifle is again in its original position in the guard's hands, pointing at the ceiling.

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Continuity mistake: "Doomsday": Captain Crane removes a failsafe key, which is hanging outside his uniform collar, from around his neck. It wasn't there in the previous shot.

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