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The Commitments (1991) Poster

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Continuity 

As Andrew Strong is about to go into the main Chorus towards the end of "Try A Little Tenderness", when the drums kick in, the piano player goes for a strike down the keys, but in the next shot he's playing it normally.
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

In the last club scene, an acoustic piano can clearly be heard, but only a Fender Rhodes piano is seen.
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Character error 

When some members of the group are talking about some famous Rock Stars have died, "Outspan" mentions Cass Elliot cause of death as a heart attack. The others correct him by saying it was by choking on her own vomit but it was indeed due to a heart attack.
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When Jimmy's dad tells him that Elvis is God, Jimmy said he never pictured God with a fat gut singing "My Way" at Caesar's Palace. Elvis actually performed at The Frontier and Las Vegas Hilton, but never Caesar's Palace.
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Factual errors 

When listing famous rock stars who died, "the guy from Free" was listed as "died choking on vomit." Paul Kossoff actually died of drug-related heart problems.
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When "The Commitments" play in their last gig, there is a big brass accompaniment. They are supposed just two. It's best heard during "In the Midnight Hour": there's a tenor saxophone from nowhere playing.
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