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Count Dracula (1970) Poster

(1970)

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Anachronisms 

The story is set in the 19th Century. However, modern sidewalk painting can be clearly seen in some scenes.
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Continuity 

When Dracula burns up at the end, the skeleton which remains has no fangs.
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Renfield is held in a padded cell, presumably to prevent him from injuring himself. However there are metal bars on the cell window.
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Crew or equipment visible 

The shadows of various crew members can be seen in several scenes throughout the movie, most noticeably in the first scene set in Renfield's cell.
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Miscellaneous 

In the Italian version, "Renfield" is misspelled in the end credits as "Reinferd".
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Revealing mistakes 

When Dracula and Harker pass in front of a mirror, the Count is holding a candelabra. Of course the Count has no reflection, but the candelabra should have been visible.
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