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Anachronisms 

The movie takes place in 1897 before Oklahoma, Arizona and New Mexico were admitted as states, yet Mitchell has a map of modern America in his office.
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Character error 

The editor of The Sun was not named Mitch, he was named Benjamin Day.
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Factual errors 

In this movie, Virginia's father is depicted as a poor immigrant laborer. The real O'Hanlon was a doctor and the family was probably upper-middle class.
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The real Francis P. Church only married after the publication of the "Yes, Virginia" letter in 1897, and had no children.
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The editorial was published in a September edition of The Sun, yet the movie shows it being published on Christmas eve.
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