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Phantom of the Opera (1943) Poster

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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

(at around 40mins) There is an prominent cymbal crash in the orchestral score which happens at about a second before the actor actually clashes his pair of cymbals.
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Continuity 

When Anatole is pursuing the Phantom over the catwalk, the ladder wobbles in long shots but is very stable when the actors are in close-up.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Christine takes the mask off from Phantom's face, we see that his scar reaches the low area of his right cheek, even the right eyelid is slightly fallen. But before that during the entire film, we never see a single mark of the scar on the uncovered area of the Phantom's face, not even the fallen eyelid through the mask.
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The use of a stunt-double for Claude Rains at the climactic cave-in is very obvious! The double has a bigger physique than Rains, and curly hair.
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Spoilers 

The goof item below may give away important plot points.

Revealing mistakes 

At the end of the movie as the underground cavern is collapsing, huge chunks of 'rock' float around in the lake.
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