Movies From The 1940s

Movie Mistakes
Classic movie mistakes from films from the 1940s.

1940 - Rebecca star
Life is anything but happy for a young woman who becomes the second wife to the wealthy and secretive Maxim de Winter. Try to find these movie mistakes in the Hitchcock classic "Rebecca".

1941 - Citizen Kane star
The life of Charles Foster Kane is scrutinized when he utters the mysterious word "rosebud" on his deathbed. Try to find these movie mistakes in "Citizen Kane".

1941 - Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde star
Dr. Jekyll is obsessed with finding the line between good and evil that he´s convinced every living creature has. But things take a drastic turn when he tests his experiment on himself. Try to find these movie mistakes in 1941´s "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde".

1941 - The Wolf Man star
Larry Talbot must bare the werewolf curse when he´s attacked and bitten. Sink your claws into these movie mistakes!

1944 - Meet Me In St Louis star
The Smith sisters are excited about the World´s Fair coming to their hometown. Try to find these movie mistakes in "Meet Me In St. Louis".

1945 - Christmas In Connecticut star
It´s mayhem when a renowned food writer must host an injured soldier for the Christmas holidays. Try to find these movie mistakes in the classic "Christmas in Connecticut" starring Barbara Stanwyck.

1946 - It´s A Wonderful Life star
George Bailey gets the rare chance of seeing what life for people around him would have been like if he had never existed. James Stewart and Donna Reed star in this holiday classic. Get in the Christmas spirit with these movie mistakes!

1947 - Miracle On 34th Street star
Kris Kringle finds himself on trial when he admits to being the real Santa Claus. Try to find these movie mistakes in this classic film starring Natalie Wood, Maureen O´Hara and Edmund Gwen.

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