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The Secret War of Harry Frigg (1968) Poster

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Anachronisms 

The signage, both the title on the office door in London and the Dymo tape labels on the generator switches in the German POW camp are of a type that did not come into use until after the war.
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The Countess's clothing and hairstyles are more of the 1960s than the 1940s.
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Character error 

Generals Armstrong and Pennypacker wear service branch insignia on the collars of their Class A uniforms. General officers in the US Army, then as now, do not wear such insignia. "General" Frigg's uniform is a correct representation of officers of that high rank.
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