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Separate But Equal (TV Mini-Series 1991– ) Poster

(1991– )

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Anachronisms 

This entire movie is set in the 1950's. However, in at least one of the New York street scenes, both the clothing on the pedestrians and the cars on the street appear to date from the late 1960's and/or the 1970's.
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Character error 

On the night that Buster throws a surprise birthday party for Thurgood, after he opens the door to their apartment, he walks from the foyer into the living room before turning on a light in the darkened apartment or removing his coat and hat, when a light switch is clearly visible just inside the front door.
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Factual errors 

Although he is not depicted that way in the movie, Rev. DeLaine wore glasses.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Thurgood sits down to dinner with Buster after she spent the day "running errands", he uses his fork and knife in the British/Bahamian manner, rather than how a native-raised American would use them.
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