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The Grand Duel (1972) Poster

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Anachronisms 

The film takes place during the old west sometime after 1870. However it features a German MG42 machine gun. The MG42 was put into service by the German army in 1942 during WWII.
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Modern high-voltage transmission towers are clearly visible behind the Saxon brothers during the climactic showdown.
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Continuity 

At various times Lee Van Cleef's character is called both "Sheriff" and "Marshal".
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The position of Elizabeth's nightgown shoulder strap when Clayton tells Philip to put on the handcuffs.
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Miscellaneous 

Directors is misspelled as "drectors" in the end credits of the English language version.
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Revealing mistakes 

Obvious day-for-night footage - the bounty hunters cast strong shadows as they approach the lake, and sunlight can be seen glinting off the water in some shots.
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