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National Treasure - 56 Signers
In the Charlotte scene, they find an engraving and part of it says "Fifty-five in iron pen" This refers to the number of men who signed the Declaration. However, there were 56, not 55 signers.
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Chris C on 09-26-2005
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Dan Slep writes:
Are you sure? I'm sure the writers would have researched much more into a fact that is so fundamental to the nature of the film.
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whitetigergirl writes:
I think i heard or read somewhere that either the first or last signer signed with a different pen so the 55 would be correct.
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daunrealist writes:
Great catch!
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