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Camille (1936) Poster

(1936)

Goofs

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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Marguerite and Armand go walking through the field in the countryside, he asks her, "Tired?" When she responds "only mildly tired," her lips do not move.
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Continuity 

Prudence raises her left hand to her cigar, but removes it from her mouth with the right hand.
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When Marguerite and Armand look at the chateau, there is a large tree behind Armand. In the next shot from the opposite angle, there is no such tree, it the most obvious indication that the two angles are of different sets.
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Factual errors 

The name CAMILLE--a Latin name--has nothing to do with the camellia of the Lady of the Camellias, which was so named by Linnaeus in honor of the Czech botanist Jiri Josef Kamel.
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