Sherlock (2010)

2 corrected entries in A Study in Pink

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A Study in Pink - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When Sherlock and John are in the cab going to see the lady in pink's crime scene, John is on the right side of the back seat, Sherlock on the left. During one shot, they are on the opposite sides. The next shot they are back to the original.

Correction: If you look closely you'll see that in the shot where their positions appear to be reversed, we are actually seeing the view in the cabbie's mirror - so it's not a mistake.


A Study in Pink - S1-E1

Corrected entry: In the scene where Holmes, Watson and Lestrade are looking at the woman's body, Holmes keeps saying that she has mud splashed up her right leg, but the splash is on her left.

Correction: Having double-checked the scene, the splash marks are on her right leg. You may have mistaken her shoes, seen on the right of the close-up image, for the bottom of her identically coloured coat - had it been the coat, you would have been correct.

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