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Gone to Earth (1950) Poster

(1950)

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Anachronisms 

Shot of ladies in carriage going to the chapel social has a 1950s road sign visible on the right. The film was set in the 1890s.
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As Hazel runs from the fox hounds, she runs down a dip and there is a modern lorry visible in the background.
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Continuity 

As Abel and Hazel Woodus come down the hill to the chapel, the mine engine house disappears and then reappears between shots
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Before Hazel steps into the water to be baptized, you can see that her dress is already wet.
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When Hazel runs down to her house for the first time you see a lot of smoke coming from the chimney. The next cut there's hardly anything in the air.
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Crew or equipment visible 

As Hazel runs through the woods in her first appearance the shadow of the camera & cameraman is visible.
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