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Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974) Poster

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Continuity 

When the alarm clock goes off, Alice knocks it to the second shelf (at around 1h 35 mins). Alice goes back to sleep and some short time later, without either her or Tommy having moved in the bed, the alarm clock has returned to the top shelf of the nightstand.
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While David and Alice are arguing in the restaurant, the plate on the tray Alice is holding shifts from one side of the tray to the other, and back again between shots.
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When Alice and Tommy first see the "Leaving New Mexico" sign, the traffic light they are approaching turns from green to yellow. Following a very brief exchange inside the still-moving car, the light is then shown to be green, and they go right through the intersection without having slowed or stopped. There was no time for the light to have gone through a full cycle.
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When Alice and her son leave in their station wagon for Arizona, the rear view mirror is removed during close-ups of Alice and Tommy together shot through the windshield.
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When Flo loudly introduces Alice to all the diners, a camera cut shows Flo waiting on a table while she is still speaking.
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In one scene where Tommy asks to ride David's horse, Alice can be seen clearing off the table, only to have the dirty dishes reappear a few seconds later.
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Errors in geography 

Opening scene, supposedly Socorro, New Mexico, shows palm trees, eucalyptus, and an orange tree - much too cold a climate for these.
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Factual errors 

Tommy says the A7 chord hurts his fingers. A7 is one of the easiest chords, even for beginners. Kristofferson would know this and could have asked the script be altered, and recommend a more difficult chord.
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