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Napoléon (TV Mini-Series 2002) Poster

(2002)

Goofs

Continuity 

When Napoleon is with Eleanore Denuelle and his son to say goodbye, his hair is parted on his left side. When he leaves and turns around at the door, Napoleon's hair is parted on his right side.
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Anachronisms 

In the German version, the battle of Austerlitz is said to have taken place on April 18, 1805, when in reality the battle of Austerlitz took place on June 18, 1805.
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The film claims, in the German version, that Napoleon III died in 1871, when in reality he died in 1873.
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Tsar Alexander and Napoleon are listening to Paganini's Caprice No. 24. However, that piece was only composed in 1817, when Napoleon was already in St. Helena.
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Factual errors 

All the battle scenes, intended to be a highlight of the series with significant numbers of soldiers presented, oddly and inaccurately show soldiers advancing slowly in short half-steps when in reality they marched at full stride.
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