The Partridge Family

This is My Song - S1-E11

New this month Audio problem: In the final song, "This is What It's Like to Be Lovers", the lead male studio singer starts the song, not David Cassidy, then they switch to David Cassidy's real voice halfway through for just two lines, then they switch back to the male voice of the studio singer.

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New this month Other mistake: The Partridge family is suppose to be famous, but they never seem to play to more than a small handful of people in some lounge.

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Continuity mistake: In episode 64, "For Whom The Bell Tolls. And Tolls. And Tolls", Tracy is shown seated at the table with a bowl of cereal - but in the shots immediately before and after, she's not there, nor is there any food at her place. (00:01:10)

Jeff Swanson

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Visible crew/equipment: In episode 42, "Waiting For Bolero", the wire used to guide Danny's arrow is visible. (00:16:25)

Jeff Swanson

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Continuity mistake: In episode 57, "A Likely Candidate", Shirley tosses a loose measuring tape to Laurie, yet when Laurie catches it, it's tightly coiled. (00:06:00)

Jeff Swanson

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Continuity mistake: In episode 52, "The Princess And The Partridge", keep an eye on the woman seated behind the Princess at the concert. In some shots she is wearing a necklace and seated beside a younger man; in others, she has no necklace and is seated beside an older man. (00:21:55)

Jeff Swanson

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Visible crew/equipment: In episode 31, "Whatever Happened To Moby Dick?", as the whale jumps out of the water, the reflection of the boom operator is visible on its side. (00:21:40)

Jeff Swanson

Road Song - S1-E22

Continuity mistake: Shirley, Reuben and Laurie are standing outside the bus having a conversation; however, the individual shots show Shirley and Laurie standing in the same place at the same time - in front of the G in 'Partridge' on the side of the bus. (00:11:25)

Jeff Swanson

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Revealing mistake: In episode 50, "This Male Chauvinist Piggy Went To Market", when Laurie goes to flip Goose over her shoulder, it's obvious that a stuntman is actually flipped; he has much shorter hair than the actor portraying Goose. (00:11:45)

Jeff Swanson

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