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"Gilligan's Island" So Sorry, My Island Now (TV Episode 1965) Poster

Goofs

Anachronisms 

The Japanese Sailor mentions Lloyd Bridges as being a famous movie star from before 1942. But Bridges's was primarily cast in unbilled or minor parts, and didn't become a star until well past the end of World War II.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When the periscope of the supposedly submerged submarine being piloted by Gilligan is running circles in the lagoon, a scuba diver's air tank rises above the water just behind it.
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Plot holes 

The Japanese man has apparently been on the island since 1942, but somehow never met Wrongway Feldman who was already living there.
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Revealing mistakes 

The captured castaways are held in bamboo cages, supposedly booby trapped with grenades that would explode if the bars where pried apart. However, the grenades are clearly just hanging from wires like Christmas tree ornaments. Also the grenades are within easy reach, and potentially could have been taken by the prisoners to use against their captor.
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