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Mummy Returns, The - Flashing Strobe in the 50's?
In the scene where the main characters are chasing around London on a double-decker bus, near the end of the chase they stop on Tower Bridge, just as they are coming onto the bridge you can see a flashing light in the sky, this comes from Canary Wharf in Doclands (it's an aircraft warning strobe) and wasn't built when this film was meant to be set
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Anonymous on 11-23-2001
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Eric writes:
Yeah that is true but you made one mistake, this movie is set in the 30's not 50's.
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omadan writes:
Worst. The movie takes place in the 1930's, not in the 50's.
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PImpernelPippin writes:
Regardless of when the movie was set, did they actually have those busses back then? And was Tower Bridge that same color blue? (Help me out here, Brits.... I'll try to can the sarcasm on this one.)
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dking writes:
its the 1930'ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
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tilly18 writes:
To answer the question about the tower bridge that someone sumbited in their comment. I just want to say London Bridge was completed in 1894 after 8 years construction. So it was orignally around when this movie was suppose to be set. I am british so I know this is correct!
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Lpeachgirl writes:
I thought the movie took place in the thirties.
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