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Whilst the film is set in the late 1960s, early 1970s, the scene at the train station shows trains of the 21st century.
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Whilst the film is set in the late 1960s, early 1970s, the London underground train the Phantomlady disappears into, after Kitten ran down the escalator after her, is of the 1990s.
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In the scene where Patrick is asking the construction workers in London about the whereabouts of his mother, you can see a few modern-day cars pass by in the background, under the bridge.
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A copy of the board game Scotland Yard by Ravensburger is in the stack of games inside of Billy's mother's caravan (mobile home). That game was originally produced in 1983.
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Towards the end of the film Kitten pretends to be doing a survey for British Telecom. British Telecom didn't come into existence until 1981.
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Although The Wombles would have been at the height of their popularity during the film's mid-70s setting, the appearances of the featured Wombles are based on the designs from their late-90s revival, in particular Wellington. Also, Alderney is shown - although included in the books, she didn't make her screen debut until the 90s series.
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