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Bedlam (1946) Poster

(1946)

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Anachronisms 

At the fĂȘte, the violinists are shown playing with 20th-century bows.
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Continuity 

In the early scene where Nell and Lord Mortimer drive by in a carriage, Nell is holding her cockatoo. Depending on the shot, the cockatoo's position and behavior change completely - in some it is sitting absolutely still, in others it is curled up preening itself.
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Errors in geography 

Nell Bowen's bird is a Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo, native to Australia. They were not imported to Europe until after 1788.
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Spoilers 

The goof items below may give away important plot points.

Continuity 

The height of the wall in the final bricking-up scene changes between shots.
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Factual errors 

"Death by skin suffocation" could not kill a person in a matter of minutes as shown here. If such a thing exists, it would take days.
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