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The Naked Prey (1965) Poster

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Anachronisms 

Set in the 19th century, a car can be seen through the bushes after Wilde gets some food after being chased.
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Visible rubber treads are seen on the soles of the handmade sandals that Man steals from one of his pursuers.
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Wilde is surrounded by the snakes we plainly hear Rattlesnake sound effects. None of the snakes are rattlers since they aren't indigenous to Africa.
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Boom mic visible 

When the man is eating the snake,you can see the boom mic shadow on the ground to his right.
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Continuity 

When Wilde is set loose to be hunted he is naked, yet in close ups you can see bikini briefs that he is wearing.
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When the Man starts the fire to hinder the warrior pursuers, the scene alternates repeatedly between the Man and the warrior pursuers clearly at the same spot on the same side of the fire.
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In the scene where the cobra bites the warrior pursuer on the leg, the cobra vanishes from the scene immediately after striking. Obviously, it would be too dangerous to have the snake and the actors together.
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When Man kills the first native he takes his sandals and wears them. But when the other natives sing a memorial chant and lay him out he is wearing his sandals.
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Before being attacked (when Wilde and Gert van den Bergh are talking and eating), Van den Bergh holds his mug with the left hand all the time along the talking; but in the close up scene, he holds the mug with the right one.
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Crew or equipment visible 

In the wider shots when the Man and the Little Girl are hiding together in the bushes from the slavers, a crew member in a reddish shirt can be seen in the bushes immediately behind them.
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Crew member running away is visible near the end of the scene where the monkey and cheeta are fighting.
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After he first puts his clothing on by the thorn bushes you can clearly see a house in the background, on his left side by his arm.
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Errors in geography 

Shortly after the chase begins, the man sees a bearded dragon, which is native to Australia, not Africa.
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Just before taking a drink from his native canteen, The Man walks by two cactus plants, the variety of which is not native to Africa.
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Miscellaneous 

As the sun sets on the first day after the natives kill the impala, you can see a telephone pole on the left side of the screen.
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