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You Can't Escape Forever (1942) Poster

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Continuity 

The dummy front pages both have the same photo of the man to be executed, showing him behind bars. That is, except for the close-up shot of the page just before the editor jumps up and decides to go with his hunch - that shot shows a full-faced photo with a manic expression, and no bars.
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When Steve throws his typewriter and breaks the glass in his office door, it breaks in one pattern. In the next shot as Laurie approaches the door, the glass is broken in a different pattern.
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When Laurie pushes Steve into a chair in his office, he lands with one leg over an arm of the chair. But, in the next shot, both of his legs are in the chair.
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Revealing mistakes 

There is a grammatical error in the sign outside the Lonely Hearts Club. The sign reads "If You're Lonely, Your Welcome." Of course, the sign should read "If You're Lonely, You're Welcome."
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Spoilers

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Factual errors 

Varney is supposed to be executed in the electric chair, but as he walks out of the death chamber, it's clear that the top of his head is unshaven - where an electrode would have been placed.
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