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(TV Mini-Series)

(2010)

Goofs

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Anachronisms 

The production at one point states that the year is 1156. King Stephen and Eustace are alive. But, in fact, by 1156 both were dead and Henry II had been ruling England for over a year.
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Robert, earl of Gloucester, died on October 31, 1147. King Stephen's eldest son Eustace was born around 1120, so possibly already 27 years at that time and not a boy anymore.
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During the battle scenes beginning at about 15:00, some cavalry are shown using long-swords, which would not be invented for another two hundred years.
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Continuity 

While Regan and William are plotting with the Bishop to attack Kingsbridge, Regan is peeling an apple that keeps changing from red to green to red.
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Factual errors 

Robert of Gloucester was not killed in battle and did not have his head exhibited by the victors on a pike as shown. He died peacefully at Bristol Castle and was buried in St. James Priory.
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