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And Now for Something Completely Different (1971) Poster

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

In "Upper Class Twit of the Year," during the introductions the AUDIO calls two of them "old Etonians," but the subtitle reads "old Italians."
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Character error 

One of the segments of the film is the animated "Conrad Poohs and his Dancing Teeth." But in the scene that follows, Eric Idle's emcee-type character refers to it as "Conrad Poohs and his EXPLODING Teeth."
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Continuity 

In the animation following the "People falling out of tall buildings" sketch, when the caterpillar walks into his house and climbs into the bed the door to the bedroom is still open. Once the caterpillar falls asleep and the camera fades out, when the camera fades back into him, the door is now closed.
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During the Dead Parrot sketch, John Cleese's arms alternate between crossed and on his hips between shots.
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Revealing mistakes 

During the mountaineer sketch, Eric Idle clearly breaks character and suppresses laughter when John Cleese reads from the dictionary.
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