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10 Feb 2006 18:10 #1109379026 by annchristin
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Hello Nat-lovers!

Here's a goof I found in A great deliverance... in the end, when Lynley was talking with Roberta together with Gillian and Havers, he had a ear aid on which dr. Samuels inform him what to do or what not to do...

During this Lynley was irresistible that dr. Samuels all the time trying to stop him from asking Roberta, so he throw of the ear aid from his ear and continued without it. Later, when showing Lynley backward, he still has that ear aid in his ear...:laugh:


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10 Feb 2006 18:24 #1109379027 by Martina
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Hi annchristin,

good watching and you have the right touch .....

way to go:woohoo:

greetings Martina

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10 Feb 2006 20:13 #1109379028 by cilla
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Hi!

I wached that one today and just as you, Ann-Christin, I saw that ear piece thing and actually it was a little bit irritating.

I allso noticed another misstake in the same episode.
When Lynley and Havers are on their way to dinner at the resturant, Lynley stops the car to talk to Barbara and when they start driving again, the car is not even close to the place where it stopped. Looks like they have reversed the car at least 10 metres!:ohmy:

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13 Feb 2006 06:38 #1109379029 by annchristin
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:side:

According to goofs at A Great Deliverance... Lynley's tie seems playing peek-a-boo...


One moment there, in the next not there...:dry:


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