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Shout at the Devil (1976) Poster

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Character error 

The archetypal English gentleman Sebastian, played by Roger Moore, would know better than to hang the British flag upside down, but he does so when he and Flynn set up camp in Africa.
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Continuity 

The bomb on the ship is set for 6am. In the action leading up to its detonation it is pitch black, yet when it explodes a minute later it is broad daylight.
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Factual errors 

During the church wedding scene the choir sings a hymn in Maltese (the filming location was Malta and the extras were mostly Maltese), although the story takes place in Portuguese African territory.
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Revealing mistakes 

The crocodile that approaches Flynn after he has been shot has four fingers and a thumb on each hand, revealing it to be a human in a suit.
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