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Sherlock Holmes in Washington (1943) Poster

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

The train taking Pettibone and others from New York to Washington is powered by a GG-1 electric locomotive, but the sound effects and whistle are those of a steam locomotive.
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Continuity 

The aircraft used in the opening scenes is a DC-3, but the aircraft seen taking off is a Boeing model.
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Miscellaneous 

The character Nancy Partridge is wrongly identified in the end credits as "Nancy Pattridge".
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Revealing mistakes 

The plane is supposedly departing London for the United States. Yet there is a palm tree in the background.
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Near the beginning of the movie the bar/lounge compartment on the train was too wide to be on a real train car and the furnishings and passengers did not weave as the train was racing along.
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