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Blue Hawaii (1961) Poster

(1961)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Chad comes to a screeching halt on the beach, when he is trying to save the girl's life, the sound of tires on asphalt can be heard. He is braking on sand which would not make that sound.
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When Chad is playing ukulele he is not changing chords, although the music is changing.
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Continuity 

In the "Almost Always True" number in the car, there is a bad cut when Maile's hands change position on the steering wheel and Chad's left arm goes from propped on his seatback to stretched out behind Maile.
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When Chad first goes back to his parents' home and Ping Pong drops the hose, in one shot it is spraying water at the front tire on Chad's car. In the next shot from a different angle, it is spraying the back tire.
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In the pineapple field scene, only Ellie remains in the car (clearly seated in the back seat on the driver's side) while the others get out to get some pineapple at the nearby stand. Just a few moments later, Chad returns to the car to bring some pineapple to Ellie, who is now seated on the passenger side of the car, a break in continuity to facilitate the camera angle and dialogue.
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Errors in geography 

Sign pointing to Waianae is actually pointing towards Manoa Valley, on the other side of the island of O'ahu.
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Revealing mistakes 

Every time they show the travel agency where Chad's girlfriend works, the traffic outside the window has a blue Ford Falcon and a 1957 white Ford convertible moving from the same spot.
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A photo background of Honolulu is used during the close-ups of the picnic scene; there are waves on the shore (in the background) which do not appear to move.
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