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Portrait of Jennie (1948) Poster

Goofs

Anachronisms 

Although the movie opens in the winter of 1934, in the scene where Eben first meets Jennie in the park, several 1940s cars can be seen passing in the background.

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Jennie sings a song when they first meet, the sound and her mouth don't match.
As Eben clings to Jennie on the rocks at the Land's End lighthouse, they speak to one another, but their lips either aren't moving or aren't in sync with what they're saying.
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Continuity 

During the scene where Eben first meets Jennie in the park, the snow on the front of her coat comes and goes.
While talking to Eke, Eben is standing on the left of the screen. After a close-up shot of Eke, Eben is on the right.
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Revealing mistakes 

During Eben's conversation with Pete, it becomes clear that Pete's moustache is fake when it starts to come away from his face.
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