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I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968) Poster

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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

At Harold and Joyce's wedding the first words spoken by the Rabbi do not match the video.
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Continuity 

In the beginning of the movie Peter Sellers is driving his black Lincoln Continental. When he stops for a traffic light a cream colored 4 door 66 Chevy Impala or Caprice with a black vinyl top pulls up behind and one lane to his right. The view switches to Sellers viewed through the windshield and the car has changed to a 2 door cream colored 64-65 Chevelle convertible with a white top.
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Cops stop psychedelic hippie hearse right in front of the same supermarket that is seen in background several miles back when they began pursuing vehicle in opposite direction.
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Crew or equipment visible 

In the second scene in the film, when Harold is driving his car, the shadow of the camera with a cable coming out of the side of it, is visible on his arm.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Harold and Nancy first make love, the light shining on Nancy's butterfly tattoo makes it clear that it is a decal, not a real tattoo.
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While looking for a parking spot in the garage, the first time Sellers comes down the ramp to level B you can plainly see the first spot next to the ramp has no car parked in it, yet Sellers continues to look for a spot.
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