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The Big Trees (1952) Poster

(1952)

Goofs

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Continuity 

In the beginning of the film, Jim Fallon appears in the window opening the divided curtain with both hands. Then the curtain on his right-hand side remains open while he holds the other part with his left hand. In the following shot from inside, the part on his right-hand side is closed.
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In the saloon, Daisy dances around and returns to the stage with the help of two men who suspend her. Then we see a fat man standing on the stage corner, in front of a drink glass, clapping her. In the next shot he is drinking.
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Errors in geography 

Walter 'Yukon' Burns has come from the Yukon gold rush, supposedly in Alaska. But the Yukon Gold Rush occurred in Canada, not Alaska.
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Factual errors 

Judging by the filming locations, the trees are coast redwoods (sequoia semerivirons). Giant sequoia are referenced in the writings on this film. Giant sequoia (sequoiadendron giganteum) are a different species located far away from these coastal filming locations in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
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