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Anachronisms 

Hymn anachronisms are very common in many British TV historical dramas. In this film, a church congregation sing the hymn 'Holy, Holy, Holy' by Reginald Heber, but use the tune 'Nicaea' by J. B. Dykes, which would not be written until 1861; over 30 years after Cathy's death in 1830 (as listed on her tombstone in episode one).
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The drive leading to the Manor has grass in the middle, a modern phenomena. In the 1840's the drive would be churned up and bare as a result of horses pulling wagons. Also numerous modern tracks visible.
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Numerous covers visible over modern light switches particularly in episode two when Edgar confronts Heathcliffe at the Manor.
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When Nelly meets Heathcliff on the road there are some modern-looking tyre marks visible in the mud.
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Continuity 

When Hindly returns from flogging Heathcliff, everyone is seated with drinks in their hands preparing for a meal. At a different camera angle everyone has a plate on their laps.
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