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Jimi: All Is by My Side (2013) Poster

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Anachronisms 

A Bell Telephone push button phone is in Jimi Hendrix's hotel room in late September 1966. Push button phones did not become widespread in the UK until the 1980s. A British hotel would not have an American-made telephone.
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In England in the late 1960s, marijuana was called "pot" or "grass," not weed.
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Linda Keith lends Jimi Hendrix a white electric guitar. In real life, she lent him a Fender Stratocaster. The guitar in the movie is a Fender Stratocaster, but not a 1960s model.
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When Jimi Hendrix plays Sergeant Pepper at the Saville Theatre, he plays a Gibson Flying V instead of a right-handed Fender Stratocaster. The V also featured different graphics, and lacked the tremolo that was on the one he played later in his career.
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The dialogue contains modern slang, like "hella good."
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A close-up of the white Fender Stratocaster guitar shows new-style block bridge pieces, which did not exist in 1966.
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Factual errors 

Kathy Etchingham was never beaten with a telephone, as depicted in one scene. According to the real Kathy Etchingham, it was "completely made up."
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When Radio Caroline is playing in one scene, the song playing is "Train To Nowhere" by Savoy Brown, issued in 1969.
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When Jimi Hendrix meets Cream, bassist Jack Bruce is using a Fender P Bass. Bruce was known for using a Fender Bass VI and a Gibson EB3.
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