Plot hole: No one in Goldman's house finds it at all strange that a mailman arrives at the door with a letter after midnight on Christmas Eve. Nor, a short time later, does the doctor or anyone else passing by at this very odd hour wonder why the same mailman is collecting mail from a street box at dawn on Christmas Day.
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Continuity mistake: It's the 1800s, and Dicter rides up to a building that has every window, upstairs and down, blazing with what is obviously electric light. When he walks into the ground floor saloon, however, there are no bright lights. It's dark and dim inside.