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Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

In a few scenes, Clo-Clo uses her castanets to augment her conversation, but the sound she produces by using only one castanet is actually the sound of two castanets.
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Character error 

Galbraith refers tells Kiki a story about Mrs. Leslie Carter, only refers to her as 'Miss' which is incorrect. Kiki professes not to know who she is, but somehow manages to use the correct 'Mrs.' salutation.
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Continuity 

At the nightclub, Kiki is seated at a table with Jerry and Galbraith. As she asks Galbraith why he gave up teaching, a slim dark haired woman wearing a matching suit and hat walks past their table. The shot cuts to Galbraith saying 'Various reasons,' the woman can be seen behind him, already seated at a nearby table, just over his shoulder on the far left of the screen.
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When Jerry is holding the leashed leopard in Kiki's dressing room, the leopard walks between his legs from behind, trailing the leash. When the shot changes, the leash is in front of Jerry.
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The smoke from Jerry's cigarette during the conversation with Galbraith in the nightclub during Clo-Clo's dance.
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Factual errors 

DVD subtitles mistakes: Galbraith describes the ancient Indians' use of jaguar skulls in their "religious rites," but the captions read "religious rights".
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