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Love Me or Leave Me (1955) Poster

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Anachronisms 

Post-war vehicles shown in rear projection near the end of the movie.
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In the "Shaking The Blues Away" number, Doris Day sings the lyric "Do as Voodoos do/ Listenin' to/ A voodoo melody". The lyric that Ruth Etting performed in the 1920s was "Do as the darkies do/ Listenin' to/ A preacher way down south." The other lyric is from the revised version performed by Ann Miller in the 1948 film "Easter Parade", in which the original was censored for obvious reasons.
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

During one scene late in the film where Cagney is speaking, the audio/visuals are off by more than a second.
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When Marty hits Georgie, the sound of the impact occurs before the actual impact.
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Factual errors 

Ruth Etting's name is billed over 'Ziegfeld Follies' on a theater marquee. The Ziegfeld Follies never allowed any performer's name to be placed over the title of the show.
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