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The Far Country (1954) Poster

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Continuity 

The distance between Jeff's hand and his six-shooter on the bar between shots.
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At about 19 minutes in Gannon slides a gun along a bar counter, after the camera cuts the gun points the other way.
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Errors in geography 

It was impossible to drive cattle overland from Alaska to Dawson City. There was no route over the mountains that cattle could follow.
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Factual errors 

The film takes place in 1896. Ronda Castle contracts Jeff Webster to drive her caravan until Dawson, Canada. Nevertheless, that Canadian miner town-site was named Dawson only in January 1897.
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There were no gunslingers or shootouts in Dawson City during the Klondike gold rush. The Mounted Police were in the Yukon in large numbers and enforced the law very strictly. Dawson City during the Klondike gold rush was peaceful and not lawless as depicted in the movie.
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The populace of Dawson City (or any Canadian city) never elected a U.S.-style marshal with tin star to police the city. The Mounted Police were present in the Yukon in large numbers before and during the Klondike gold rush to enforce the law.
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