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Forgotten Silver (TV Movie 1995) Poster

(1995 TV Movie)

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Continuity 

Also relating to the close-up: there are many in the footage from "The Worrior Season" which was made before "Solome" where Colin supposedly invents it.
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Factual errors 

The film implies that Colin invented the close-up around 1912, but the earliest close-ups date from around 1903, nine years earlier.
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Colin's synchronized sound film is supposed to have been released in 1908. If we are to believe that it was the first film to feature synchronized sound, we would have to discard the lesser known, but still earlier work of Arthur Gilbert and John Morland, and others, who had all produced and exhibited sound films at earlier dates.
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Revealing mistakes 

When the archeological group is digging their way through the brush, a concrete pillar is visible in the background. When some foliage brushes against it, it clearly wobbles, revealing it to not be made of concrete after all.
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