the two extra zeros scrawled on Calloway’s wanted poster have vanished when it is shoved under the bedroom door
Manco clearly shoots into the floor when he fires at and kills Cavanagh. Not sure why this wasn’t re-shot. He also seems to discharge his first shot at the three gangsters in the saloon doorway too early before the pistol has pointed towards them.
I assume things such as Mortimer knowing that the bank is offering a reward for the stolen money before he has spoken to anyone and the magical appearance of the cart with the dead bodies at the end (right next to Indio’s body) is deliberate and part of Leone-world rather than mistakes.
You can see a modern building and a car whiz up a road as clear as day in a scene in ‘Don’t Turn the Other Cheek’. It was funny because I think the scene was originally set in the daytime but they put a filter over it to look like night, yet they still completely failed to hide the mistake. That’s the one I’ve always remembered most.
There are loads of cars and contemporary vehicles buzzing about in SWs, particularly those filmed around Almeria … even the Leone classics are packed with 'em, - I won’t mention where, just in case some folks haven’t noticed them yet
Massacre at Canyon Grande has some awful continuity errors in the big shoot out in the hills towards the end. A dead body lying between Clay Dancer and Whitmore appears, disappears, appears, you see the guy get shot, corpse moves position, corpse moves back again. Every shot featuring this extra is out of continuity. Not sure what was going on in the editing room there.
• Built by Carlo Simi for Leone’s Per qualche dollaro in più, “El Paso” became “Omaha City” in Tonino Valerii’s Per il gusto di uccidere. The image shows Gus Kennebeck (George Martin) in front of the Omaha City offices of the El Paso Tribune.
I’m onto a few…can’t remember one in OUATIW though. I can remember seeing tyre tracks but not a car itself…again I won’t say where. You don’t have to say where it is but please correct me if I’m wrong.