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"Pride and Prejudice" Episode #1.2 (TV Episode 1995) Poster

(TV Mini-Series)

(1995)

Goofs

Anachronisms 

The tune to which God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen is sung at the Phillips' party wasn't published until 1833, 20 years after Pride and Prejudice and perhaps thirty after the intended setting of the novel.
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Mary begins to sing her second song at the ball at Netherfield, there is a shot of her, and her mouth isn't moving at all even though the singing can be heard.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth dance for the first time at Netherfield, there is a short black hair trapped in the camera.
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During the Netherfield Ball scene, the reflection of the camera crew's lights can be seen in the mirror of the ballroom.
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Factual errors 

When Charlotte calls upon the Bennets after Mr. Collins' failed proposal to Lizzy, she is wearing a lace cap under her bonnet as she did after marrying Mr. Collins. Unmarried women did not wear lace caps.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Mrs. Hurst is playing the piano at the Netherfield Ball, the hand that showing the musical accents, is the wrong hand for the melody. She is accenting the upper portion with her left hand, which would actually be the lower notes.
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At the beginning of the Netherfield dance where Lizzy dances with Mr Darcy as the music comes on, the camera is on Lizzy. That shot of her must have been too fast because they slow it down considerably, shown by a lady fanning herself in the background, and Jane further down the line nodding to someone on the opposite wall, both in slow motion.
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