Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Continuity mistake: In the opening, the TV newsman has holds the pencil eraser end down next to the paper he's reading from. When the angle changes the pencil is now eraser end up.

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Factual error: When the sub is being pelted by huge chunks of ice (which should float, not sink, as mentioned earlier), the sub is not knocked off course or damaged in any way. (00:20:00)

Trivia: One of the clips shown claiming to be the Midwest was in fact clips of the Dust Bowl during the Great Depression.

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Question: What does Admiral Nelson have in his left shirt pocket?

Answer: Admiral Nelson is puffing on cigars in a few scenes, and his cigars are even a source of dialogue in the film. Specifically, when his quarters catch on fire, the blaze is initially blamed on a lit cigar, to which Nelson angrily replies that he ran out of cigars before the fire ever occurred. So it's a pretty good bet that Nelson was carrying a cigar (or cigars) in his shirt pocket.

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