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Went the Day Well? (1942) Poster

Goofs

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Continuity 

When the soldier grabs George by the ears for opening an equipment box, a shadow on Mrs. Collins changes.
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When Mrs. Collins delivers the telegram, the way she holds her handbag changes.
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When the soldier puts the cookbook in the car, the position of his left arm changes.
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George's clothes are obviously dry, in spite of the Upton woman's statement to the contrary.
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They make it clear the German corporal can not understand or speak English but later he is given a command in English and passes it on.
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Factual errors 

None of the Thompson submachine guns have front sights. Curious omission since the drum magazines appear to be real.
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The bar of chocolate found in Major Hammond's room is inscribed with the word 'Chokolade' which Nora takes to be German. But the German for chocolate is 'Schokolade'. ('Chokolade' is Danish.)
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Miscellaneous 

The telegram is addressed to Mrs Frazer - with a Z, but the character is listed as Fraser - with an S. Also in the churchyard after Major Hammond shoots the vicar, a memorial plaque for the fallen in the 1914-18 war lists Maj I G K Fraser also with an S, presumably a relative. In a small village like Bramley End the village shopkeeper, Mrs Collins, would have known the correct spelling.
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Revealing mistakes 

When the actions start on Monday morning, the shadows are too short; the scene was shot in the afternoon.
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As George tries to get away, a soldier follows in the rain, which is visibly organized from the overhead sprinklers.
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