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(1977)

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Anachronisms 

In "Hollywood 1936" Edina says "I thought I saw a Puddy Tat!" quoting Tweety Pie but Tweety would not be introduced in a cartoon until 1942, six years after this story is set.
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In the "1936 Hollywood" sequence Edina is seen reading a Tarzan comic that came out in the 1970s (the John Buscema art is quite distinctive).
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Continuity 

Towards the end of the sequence "Quebec Province 1975", when Lucy's witchcraft is about to be discovered, mouse-sized Angela starts begging for her life. She holds her arms over her head, obviously to protect her from getting stepped on. But it is several seconds later that we see Lucy's foot lifting from the floor.
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In "London 1912," when she goes to pick up the will from the floor, Janet's left hand is clawed by a cat but when she jumps back it is her right hand cut and bleeding.
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Plot holes 

In "Quebec Province 1975" Angela crashes her large remote-controlled plane into the front of her house where it explodes yet her parents in the house never seem to notice.
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When Lucy comes inside after the small plane hits the house, Angela tells her mother that Lucy fell in the mud while trying catch the cat. In reality there was no struggle or mud, even though the mother says for her to change into clean clothes and clean herself up.
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