Best adventure movie mistakes of 1966
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Plot hole: Even if the white blood cells will attack and destroy the sub and the body of Doctor Martin the atoms would still remain and take normal size after the critical 1 hour is up. This would also apply to the laser gun which they forgot or left behind on purpose, as well as several dozen litres of saline solution which were miniaturised and pumped into Benes' body. He's in a lot of trouble.
Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Jeremy Kemp and George Peppard are playing daredevil in their planes and Kemp's plane hits a brick tower there is a shot of the plane plummeting to the ground. The alert viewer can see the shiny metal wires that were used to support and guide the plane on its way to the ground.
Revealing mistake: Near the end of the film when a building is collapsing and people are running to escape the falling debris, several women along with James Coburn are running up some stairs; a block of cement falls and hits actress Gina Golan right in the head. Instead of killing her on the spot, the bolder merely bounces off her head and she continues running up the stairs. (01:40:55)Mark Pitta 1
Continuity mistake: When the dinosaur charges toward Tumok, and Tumok lies down to shove the spear into the creature as it runs upon him, the dinosaur looks several times bigger than it did in all the previous scenes.
Continuity mistake: When the four kids uncouple the coach from the engine Carole is wearing trousers. The stationmaster tells them to stand clear as the engine pulls away, in the first shot of the children after the engine has gone Carole is still wearing her trousers but in the second shot Carole is now wearing a skirt.
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