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Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957) Poster

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Miscellaneous 

Although Richard Garland's character is called "Brewer" throughout the movie, the end credits spell his character's name as "Dale Drewer".
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Continuity 

When the scuba divers are rising to the surface (from the underwater camera shot), the water depth appears to be over 25 feet, yet when the camera angle changes to above, the divers immediately stand up after surfacing.
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When Deveroux calls out to the first team upon arriving at the island, the echo does not match what he shouts.
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Depictions of earthquakes are accomplished by merely shaking the camera. While the scientist group moves about when the earthquake strikes, the sailor group doesn't move around at all.
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Miscellaneous 

Although Ed Nelson's character is listed in the credits as Ensign Quinlan, he is referred to by Dr's Hunter and Weigand as Lieutenant Quinlan.
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Revealing mistakes 

Wheels and legs under the giant crabs.
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As Martha, swimming in the sea, approaches a giant clam on the sea bottom, a square reflection can be seen on the glass of the tank she is actually swimming in.
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