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I Married a Witch (1942) Poster

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Anachronisms 

The movie is set in Massachusetts but at the 15:00 minute mark, as they arrive at the hotel fire, we see a fire department car with the seal of the City of Los Angeles on the door.
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Boom mic visible 

After Margaret raises the shade in Wallace's bedroom and turns around, a shadow of the boom microphone can be seen moving across the bed's canopy, upper right.
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Factual errors 

The film opens with a scene of Puritans in the Massachusetts colony burning witches. No-one was ever burned for witchcraft in America. The accused witches of Salem, Massachusetts, and its environs were hanged, with the exception of Giles Corey, who was pressed to death with rocks. Burning was the European method of executing witches, and pop culture has long confused the two historical spheres.

Revealing mistakes 

(at around 50 mins) When the newspaper announces the final of the political career of Wooley after the failed marriage the main story is written in Czech though the rest of the newspaper is in English.
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After Margaret raises the shade in Wallace's bedroom and turns around, her key light is noticeably turned on late.
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