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The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935) Poster

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Continuity 

When McGregor falls with the torch, it is at first in front of him, but then behind.
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McGregor tells Lt. Stone to take a paper to Col. Stone. Lt. Stone begins to reach for the paper with his left hand, but accepts it with his right.
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When McGregor shaves, the way Forsythe holds the snake charmer pipe changes between shots.
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Maj. Hamilton speaks to McGregor and Forsythe about the Colonel. McGregor leaves and buttons his cuffs. The position of his hands changes several times between shots.
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During the final battle, Khan's men form a defensive line, and several who are killed are not seen in later shots.
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Factual errors 

Although snakes are able to sense sound, they lack the outer ear that would enable them to hear the music, so the snake are not attracted to music.
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Revealing mistakes 

McGregor lifts and moves the Vickers machine gun with no apparent effort. However, the gun with the tripod could weigh between 29 and 36 kg (65-80 lb) so it is unlikely that it would be moved as easily as it is in the film. The Vickers was a water-cooled machine gun. The ones seen in the film lack the water condenser can which was usually attached to the barrel.
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