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The Conqueror (1956) Poster

(1956)

Goofs

Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

There are numerous inaccuracies regarding the people, places, and tribes involved. The opening text explains that while based on true events, this story is fiction.
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Continuity 

When Temujin shoots a flaming arrow to signal his troops to enter Urga, it is night, but when the troops see the arrow, it is daylight.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Temujin throws a spear at a man in a stream, the wire guiding it is visible. The spear's trajectory is also wobbly.
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In many of the "day for night" shots, the tents, animals and people all cast very strong shadows.
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Spoilers

The goof item below may give away important plot points.

Continuity 

After Temujin kills the Shaman and a guard in Wang Khan's bedroom his sword is clean, but when he bangs on the gong outside the bedroom to address his troops, there is blood on the sword.
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After Jamuga escapes from his cell and Kasar is killed, a guard pushes him on top of a sundial. The shadow cast by the sundial is pointing left when Jamuga is pushed against the sundial, then pointing right when Jamuga kills the guard.
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