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Anachronisms 

The movie is set in 1850 but the song, "Little Brown Jug" (heard during a scene), was not written until 1869.
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Factual errors 

The film takes place in the early 1850s. Towards the end, in a scene set in a theater, the producer announces to the audience that "a new form of entertainment has come from the South," and he would like to be the first to present it in New York City. We then see a minstrel show. But by that time minstrel shows had been staged in New York for a decade, since the Virginia Minstrels performed at the New York Bowery Amphitheatre in 1843.
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