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(1972)

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Anachronisms 

Blacula has only just been released from a 200-year-long imprisonment yet when Nancy takes his picture at the club, he knows what a camera is.
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Continuity 

In the opening fight scene, some candles are knocked out of a candelabra on the table only to return in the next shot.
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When Gordon and Jack arrive at the hospital where they confront the vampire woman taxi driver its the dead of night with no hint of sunrise. But moments later when they are struggling with the vampires the window blinds are pulled away and bright sunlight washes through the window, killing her.
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When Gordon and Jack arrive at the hospital where they confront the vampire woman taxi driver its the dead of night with no hint of sunrise. But moments later when they are struggling with the vampire the window blinds are pulled away and bright sunlight washes through the window, killing her.
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Errors in geography 

The film was set in Los Angeles, but a map of Staten Island (New York City) is hanging on the wall in the police station during a close-up shot of the Doctor meeting with the police.
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Miscellaneous 

When Gordon and Jack go to the warehouse and are fighting the vampires, they pull oil lamps out of a box and begin throwing them at the vampires like Molotov cocktails. When the lamps break, they burst into flame, like Molotov cocktails. None of the lamps are lit when they are thrown, however, so when they break, they shouldn't burst into flame.
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Revealing mistakes 

When one of Dracula's men grabs a vase and throws it at Mamuwalde's head, it clearly misses him, yet he is knocked out and has a bloody wound on his forehead.
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Part of the plot hinges on the fact that Mamuwalde's image does not show up in a photograph and its negative, but he and other vampires in the film cast obvious shadows.
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