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(1963)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

The audio sound of the motor of the pickup in the opening scenes is clearly that of an inline engine. However, the GMC pickup had "V8" emblems clearly seen on the front fender sides, and the sound of a v-type engine is quite dissimilar to that of an inline.
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Continuity 

When Hud leaves the married woman's house, he puts on his boots and his pants are tucked into the boots. The next time you see him, his pants are outside of his boots.
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The position of Lon's arm changes as he as Hud share a drink and talk about a girl after the pig contest.
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After Hud hits the guy at the bar, he takes a swig from his bottle-in-bag, which is on the bar, but which he had left at the table.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When the vet first comes and is talking to them all about possible causes of the cow death, the wind comes up and causes one of the mylar reflectors to wobble, creating a flash in the scene like someone fired a camera.
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In the first scene, you can see the cameramen and tripod of the cameras in the window of the store.
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Revealing mistakes 

As Lon exits diner in opening scene, radio announcer says time is "6:26" a.m. - but lack of long shadows clearly identifies time as near noon.
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