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Going My Way (1944) Poster

(1944)

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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

Obvious lip syncing during "Going My Way".
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Boom mic visible 

Directly after the first rendition of "Going My Way", the shadow of the boom mic can be seen moving on the church wall behind father Fitzgibbon and Miss Linden.
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Shadow of mic visible behind Ted when Father O'Malley goes to Carol's apartment.
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Continuity 

When Father O'Malley is talking to Jenny while she is getting ready to perform, the conductor can be seen taking out his cigarette case and opening it twice, in two adjacent shots.
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When Fr. Chuck says to Fr. Fitzgibbon, "She's a singer," Fr. Chuck's hand change positions.
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Crew or equipment visible 

In the scene in Carol's apartment, when father O'Malley enters you can see a crew member's hand close the door behind him.
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Factual errors 

it was common custom at the time for opera singers to be classified as either soprano or contralto (alto). The term mezzo-soprano only gradually became more widespread from the 50s onwards. Now, of course, she is more correctly known as a mezzo-soprano, but in the 40s she would have been referred to as a contralto.
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