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The Woman in Green (1945) Poster

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When Dr. Watson is walking with the street peddler, you can see the boom reflected in the shop window. It moves with the characters as they walk along the street.
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Continuity 

Closing credits: Moriarty is spelled "Moriarity"
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When Holmes is walking along the terrace wall, his arms are by his sides, However, in the next shot, immediately Dr. Watson enters, Holmes is standing still with his hands in his pockets.
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Factual errors 

"Edgware Road" is misspelled ("Edgeware").
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Miscellaneous 

The bust of "Julius Caesar" which Holmes sets up as a target decoy for his would-be assassin is actually a bust of Julius Caesar's nephew and ultimate successor Augustus.
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At the end of the film, a supposedly hynpnotised Holmes is walking on the terrace wall above the street. Although it is shown to be of a basically brick construction, his footsteps make a hollow sound, which leads to the conclusion that the wall is made of material other than brick or concrete. Similarly, the whole of the scene taking place on the terrace has an echoing sound, indicating that it's studio bound.
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