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Much Ado About Nothing (1993) Poster

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Anachronisms 

Except for those in the foreground in one run of shots, the lanterns at the masked ball are lit by electric light bulbs. These were not invented at the time of the action.
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The folding chair was invented by Thomas Jefferson, therefore it would not have available in Italy at this time.
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At the masquerade ball, an accordion can be seen. Accordions were not invented until 1822.
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Continuity 

During Balthazar's song, Benedick is hiding behind the hedge, but when the camera shot changes, he is by the fountain, in clear view of Signor Leonato, Claudio and Don Pedro
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After Balthazar's song, Benedick leaves his deckchair without folding it properly. In a subsequent shot the chair is folded perfectly.
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Margaret turns and runs up the aisle twice after the wedding.
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Crew or equipment visible 

As the wedding party emerges from the front door in the final shot, the crane used to achieve the elevated view is briefly visible.
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