Spot the production error

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I found this amusing, way back in the day.

This is a scene from an old episode of The Bill: “Bad Company”, from 1989, repeated on the ABC recently.

Can you spot the production error? How many views did it take you?

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6 Replies to “Spot the production error”

  1. Stephen got it. It’s actually quite clever to remove the car door to allow the camera to move freely from the car into the house, but obviously the illusion is broken once you spot the missing door!

  2. It’s not particularly a particularly well directed scene at all. They seem to have been preoccupied with having the camera lead the guys into the building, which was awkward to achieve with it leaving the right side of the car. It kinda crosses the line too (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/180-degree_rule), so the whole shot ends up looking awkward.

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