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10 Film Mistakes You Won't Believe Directors Missed

It takes a lot of people to make a movie. Whether a movie is an instant success or a failed flop, you can always be assured that many people had a hand in making the film one way or another. Because s

It takes a lot of people to make a movie. Whether a movie is an instant success or a failed flop, you can always be assured that many people had a hand in making the film one way or another. Because so many people are involved in making a movie, mistakes are bound to happen. Some of these mistakes are small and will most likely never be noticed by audience members of the movie. Other mistakes are a bit more glaring and others still are just unforgivable. These are the kind of mistakes that have you wondering how in the world nobody could have caught it. Some of these mistakes have become almost as famous as the movie itself. Spurring on fan theories as to why the director let such a thing happen when in actuality it was probably just a case of nobody realizing the mistake until it was too late to change anything. Whatever the stories are behind these mistakes, below is a list of ten movie mistakes that you will not believe made it to the big screen. All of these mistakes will continue to live on in infamy as some of the worst movie mistakes of all time.

10 North by Northwest (1959) 

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9 Teen Wolf (1985) 

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8 Independence Day (1996)

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7 Pulp Fiction (1994) 

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6 Django Unchained (2012) 

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5 Commando (1985) 

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4 Gladiator (2000) 

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3 Jurassic Park (1993) 

2 The Goonies (1985) 

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1 Braveheart (1995) 

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The white van that appears in a number of scenes in Braveheart is one of the most infamous movie mistakes of all time. The mistake is so infamous because it doesn’t just happen once, but occurs in a multitude of scenes. The white van can be seen at Murron’s funeral, and in the background of a number of different battlefield scenes. The numerous sightings of the white vans have led some to believe that the mistake couldn’t have been purely accidental, which has led to some fan theories as to its meaning. Whatever the motive may be behind this mistake, somebody probably should have been paying a bit closer attention to the background while filming.

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