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100 Rifles (1969) Poster

(1969)

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Character error 

In the confusion after the rebels storm the compound and save them from execution, Sarita waves her rifle toward the main gate and shouts at Lydecker and Yaqui Joe, "vamoose!". There is no word vamoose in Spanish. The word is "vamonos" meaning "let's go".
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Continuity 

Jim Brown goes around with a torn sleeve on a shirt, a sleeve was sewn up then. During the interrogation of the American businessman a sleeve is again torn.
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After the fight scene in the desert, the rebels see the Mexican Army coming across the vast wasteland towards them. They ride down the edge of a steep hill and in the very next scene are seen riding along a flowing river among lush green trees.
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After the fight in the desert, the rebels see the Mexican Army coming across the vast wasteland toward them. They ride down the edge of a steep hill and in the very next scene are seen riding along a flowing river among lush green trees.
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Revealing mistakes 

The machine gun on the porch would have had to shoot through the supports of the porch railing to hit the people on the ground, below. But no damage is seen to the railing or supports.
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After the fight with Lyedecker, Yaqui Joe Herrera is hanging over the cliff from his manacles and a supporting rope is briefly visible.
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