The Outer Limits

Moonstone - S1-E24

Continuity mistake: The cloth pillows stabilizing the moonstone on the lab counter change positions several times between takes. (00:40:15)

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Moonstone - S1-E24

Continuity mistake: Dr. Brice's name tag is partially tucked under her collar when she's inside the lab. When she walks into the corridor, the tag has shifted position and is outside the collar. Later, back in the lab, the tag keeps changing from over to under her collar repeatedly. (00:32:50 - 00:36:50)

Jean G

Moonstone - S1-E24

Continuity mistake: General Stocker falls into a lunar quicksand pit and starts to sink. One arm disappears beneath the sand, but in the next shot, both his arms are outstretched and waving for help. (00:04:25)

Jean G

Moonstone - S1-E24

Continuity mistake: In the lab, Anderson collapses with his arms crossed above his head. When the shot cuts, his arms are suddenly uncrossed. (00:21:30)

Jean G

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