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From the Terrace (1960) Poster

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Anachronisms 

Although the storyline at that point is set in the early 1950s, Natalie Benziger's Plymouth convertible is equipped with 1956 Hudson wheel covers.
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There's an establishing shot of the mill which shows a '59 Impala and some other late 50's cars.
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The movie is set in the early-mid 50's. NASA's new plane is talked about but NASA did not come into existence until 1958.
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The story begins in 1946, and advances into the early 1950s, yet all of the women's clothes and hairstyles, particularly those of Joanne Woodward, are strictly and relentlessly 1960.
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Continuity 

The amount of milk in MacHardie's glass changes between shots when he's alone with Eaton.
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During the billiard game between Mr. MacHardie and Alfred, as MacHardie lines up for his shot, the red ball disappears.
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