Best comedy movie visible crew/equipment of 1960

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Visible crew/equipment: Anita Ekberg's character and Marcello are at the top of the church tower leaning on balcony railing while looking over the city. You can easily see the "wire" attached to Anita's hat that forecasts the moment where her hat blows off her head. (00:33:15)

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Visible crew/equipment: At the end of the film when the four trainee constables find the villains hideout in the derelict house, PC Potter falls from the landing to the hallway. You can see the mattress put there for him to land on. It was not there in the previous shot.

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Visible crew/equipment: Randomly, a big moving shadow is cast on the underside of the flight of stairs between Daxter's apartment and the (unseen) second floor when he is unlocking the door of his flat after meeting his landlady that warned him about gas. It does not match Jack Lemmon's motions. (01:37:10)

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Visible crew/equipment: When Seymour is with Leonora, after he tells her, "Master doesn't eat goat," the boom pole and mic can be seen at the bottom of the screen. (01:02:40)

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Visible crew/equipment: When the army convoy is about to set off you can see the camera light and crew members reflected in the side of the security van.

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