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(1969)

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Jump to: Continuity (1)  | Crew or equipment visible (2)  | Factual errors (2)  | Plot holes (1)

Continuity 

Toward the end of the movie, when Nurse Dickinson is straightening the waiting room and Señor Sanchez enters, she has on dark shoes. In a subsequent shot, she has on white shoes.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When Julian is driving Stephanie home, something (possibly a boom mic) is reflected on the top center of background screen.
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When Julian is driving Stephanie home, the shot from the driver's side of the car reveals the shadow of the car against the traffic on the movie screen behind them.
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Factual errors 

When Walter Matthau answers the phone in his office, no button lights up, so we know the phone isn't connected.
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Before Toni turns on the gas, she raises the top of the stove and blows out the pilot lights. But she doesn't blow out the pilot light for the oven. She then turns on the oven and all the burners. The oven would have come on and Toni would have noticed, or if she hadn't noticed then there would have been an explosion.
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Plot holes 

The letter Toni mails in the middle of the night to Julian would not have been delivered to his office later that same morning with the regular mail by the U.S. Postal Service - later the next day at the earliest is much more likely.
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