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Leave Her to Heaven (1945) Poster

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Character error 

Ellen's method of scattering her father's ashes (flinging the urn from side to side during a horseback ride through the desert) would leave both her and the horse covered in her father's remains.
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Continuity 

Ellen is watching Danny drown and she turns to see Richard coming toward the lake house, which is some distance away. However, when Richard jumps into the lake and begins swimming, Ellen and the boat are very nearby.
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During Ruth's testimony at the trial, she changes how she holds Richard's book as the camera angle changes.
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The car that picks up Harland, the Berents, and Glen Robie at the railroad station in New Mexico also appears in the driveway at the hospital at Warm Springs parked right in front of Harland and Ellen.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When Ellen and Richard are arguing in the bedroom shortly after Ellen's family has arrived for their surprise visit, a crew member's shadow moves over the pair on the bottom half of the screen.
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When Danny sets off on his ill-fated swim across the lake, Ellen (Gene Tierney) follows after him in the row boat. The shadow of overhead filming or boom mike equipment can be seen on her back as she starts rowing.
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