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High Noon - Telephone Poles
At the end of the movie, Frank Miller arrives with the noon train, and after he has armed himself, he and his henchman start marching towards the village. Cut to Will Kane, standing alone in the streets, completely on his own. The camera starts panning backwards, and we see the entire street, with nobody but Kane there. Problem though, this is supposed to be around 1880, and yet in this shot we can see telephone poles.
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FreddieBoy on 01-29-2001
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KittyKat20 writes:
The telephone was patented in 1876, so why shouldn't there be telephone poles?
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