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Mean Streets (1973) Poster

(1973)

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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Charlie is in the back seat of Michael's car (after the bar shooting scene), his audio is slightly off.
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Continuity 

While Charlie and Johnny Boy are walking (after the bar shooting) and having pinched some bread outside side of Charlie's uncle's restaurant, they get into a discussion about Charlie's grandmother. Johnny Boy asks Charlie if she is going to die and if he likes her (the setting is night time). Charlie then replies and the scene has changed to broad daylight. The dialogue continues as if no time has passed.
During one of the pool scenes, balls disappear and change position between cuts.
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The end credits on the DVD incorrectly list David Carradine as "Oscar" and Robert Carradine as "Drunk".
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When Michael gets into the back seat of the car to discuss the fine German lenses that he has procured, it is obviously dusk. But in the next shot from the car's interior, it's night time.
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A pedestrian passes the mailbox just before Johnny Boy blows it up. After he blows it up, though, the man is nowhere to be scene, although he was close enough to be injured by the blast.
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As Teresa is getting out of bed when she is with Harvey Keitel's character, in one shot the blanket covering her is pulled off nearly completely, yet in the next shot it covers her again, before being pulled off once again.
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When the group is in the car and the old guy is cleaning the car's windshield, after they pull away, the old guy is nowhere around, although there was no time for him to disappear.
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Factual errors 

While it's true that the soundtrack incorrectly lists "Steppin Out" as "Hideaway", by Cream, that's because on the "Live Cream Vol.2" CD, which is where this track came from, the track is mislabeled that way.

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