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Barabbas (1961) Poster

(1961)

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Continuity 

The gladiator that Tovald kills from the two-horse chariot remains on his back. The next shot, however, shows him on his chest.
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The knives on the wheels of Torvald's chariot appear and disappear.
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Torvald gets caught in his own net and dragged around in it by his own chariot, but after he is dead he only has a rope tied around his wrist and is not wrapped in the net.
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Torvald's own net is supposedly snagged by his chariot's wheels and he is dragged to his death, yet when the chariot comes to a stop his net is tied to his chariot inside the wheel, not on the outside of the wheel where the net was snagged.
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Factual errors 

When Barabbas is sent to the sulfur mines, a guard chains him to another prisoner by hammering closed an iron link shaped like a 'C' with both ends of the 'C' glowing red-hot. The same technique is shown at least one other time. However, it's not the ends of the 'C'-shape that should be glowing red-hot in order to hammer the link closed, it is the middle, where it needs to bend. Cold iron is brittle and needs to be heated to bend or it will fracture.
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