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On the Town (1949) Poster

(1949)

Goofs

Crew or equipment visible 

Spectators can be seen watching the filming of the "New York, New York" number in Rockfeller Center (though it could be argued that the sight of three men in navy uniforms singing and dancing might attract attention, even in New York).
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

In the dance studio when Gaby tells Ivy what time to meet him, they both mouth "seven-thirty", but a voice overdub corrects both to "eight-thirty", which is the time Gaby set with the rest of the group.
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Continuity 

When they are brought to a corner of the crowded night club, they are sitting at a round table. Next to them is a round table that has a burning candle stick. A girl is being swung around over them, blowing out the candle. When the 6 actors decide to get up and join them the candle which had previously been burned out is now lit and has a hurricane glass over it.
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Crew or equipment visible 

Near the end of "Prehistoric Man" when the dancing moves in front of the dinosaur, Claire's mark can be seen on the floor.
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Miscellaneous 

None of the sailors salute the flag as they board/leave the ship.
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Plot holes 

When the boys are looking for clues on the poster in order to find Miss Turnstiles they find her likes and dislikes. The only problem is none of that is actually mentioned on the poster they have or any that the viewer sees.
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Revealing mistakes 

When the boys dance on a bench atop the Empire State Building, the blinds on the other side of the wall wobble as the move, revealing the wall is really a set.
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The cab is a 1947 DeSoto, but the cutaway used for the interior shots is obviously a much earlier, pre-WWII model, the shape of the windows, particularly the rear windows, being noticeably different.
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