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It's a Great Feeling (1949) Poster

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Jump to: Anachronisms (1)  | Boom mic visible (1)  | Character error (1)  | Continuity (2)  | Revealing mistakes (2)

Anachronisms 

When Doris Day bumps into Sidney Greenstreet she says. "I'm sorry, Mr. Greenfield."
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Boom mic visible 

When Edward G. Robinson is at the studio gate, a shadow of the boom microphone quickly enters and leaves the upper right of the frame.
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Character error 

The information man at the train station obviously has a great memory, knowing detailed information for remote destinations, and he instantly memorizes the fare for Gurky's Corners, and then the time it leaves, but he can't remember how he got that information just minutes earlier and has to go through each of the books to get the right document.
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Continuity 

During Edward G. Robinson's brief cameo appearance, the hands of the clock change back and forth between shots.
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When Judy falls down the steps during the phony Frenchwoman musical number, her brunette wig is thrown off and lands on the second step of the staircase. But when the crowd gathers around to help her, it has jumped up to the third step
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Revealing mistakes 

When Dennis, Jack and Judy are at the Hollywood Bowl, Dennis stands up to get Judy's coat out of the car. When he does so, his shadow is cast on the backdrop, which is painted to look like a clear, starry night sky.
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When shown at the he wheel of the taxi cab, the outside scenery is moving backwards.
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