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Kiss Me Kate (1953) Poster

(1953)

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Continuity 

During the "Where Is The Life That Late I Led" number Howard Keel leaves the stage and walks out on a long runway that extends into the audience. This runway is not visible before or after the number though there are several shots from the stage into the audience.
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Boom mic visible 

Boom mic shadows very visible in scenes backstage during the performance of the show.
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Character error 

At one point during the "Tom Dick and Harry" number, you can clearly see Bobby Van trip and right himself as if waiting for the director to yell "cut". This occurs almost halfway through the number, and to the right of the screen.
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Factual errors 

At the time he wrote this musical, far from being a healthy man, Cole Porter (represented by Ron Randell in this movie) was a wheelchair-bound cripple who needed constant medical care. His legs had been crushed in a riding accident when the horse fell on him.
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