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Anachronisms 

Early in the movie when young Rick Martin is walking on the street, a car pulls up to the intersection. Although it on screen only for a moment, it appears to be late 1940s or early 1950s Hudson. This would match the time that the movie was made but would not be right for a boy who ages 15-20 years to become Rick Martin the man.
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Continuity 

In the final scene which takes place in a recording studio, the reaction shot of Hoagy Carmichael is actually taken from an earlier scene in a dance hall.
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Crew or equipment visible 

When a young Rick Martin is looking out the rear window of the car as it drives away from the cemetery, a light or reflector and its articulated stand is clearly reflected on the glass.
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