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Sabrina (1954) Poster

(1954)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When David confronts Linus regarding the gossip column, he slaps the newspaper down; however, no sound is heard until a second afterward.
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Continuity 

Near the beginning of the film, when Linus is explaining his plastic to David, he holds a lighter to the piece of plastic and brags that it cannot scorch. However, as he turns the plastic over, a giant black spot is visible where the plastic was scorched. In the next shot, the spot on presumably the same piece of plastic has disappeared.
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In the boardroom scene at the end, when Linus is standing in front of the window, Harborside Terminal in Jersey City is visible. Once he leaves the room, this very large building disappears from the background.
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In the cooking school sequence where snow is seen falling outside and accumulating on the window, the filmed scenes of Paris in the background clearly show no snowfall or snow on the streets at all.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When Linus Larrabee has just boarded on the Maude Larrabee ship, he crosses the front deck and we can see the shadow of a member of the crew at the very end of the shot.
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Revealing mistakes 

After Sabrina tells Fairchild that the moon is reaching for her, we see a shot of the moon through the trees at the Larrabee party. Directly above and to the right of the moon, you can see the strings and holes of that backdrop.
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