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The procedure of making movies is not at all easy.A perfect location for every scene is to be selected. Then the scenes have to be shot with full expressions and dialogues and later the dialogues are again done over a voice-over. But at some part or the other, there is something that escapes the director's and producer's eye and is caught by the critics. So here are some such incidents.

The Green Mile (1999) 
The unfair death of one of the biggest and the kindest Hollywood characters in history made millions of people cry when they watched this movie. But actually, this execution couldn’t have happened in real life: the movie is set in 1935, in Louisiana. But the electric chair was first used in 1941. 
Braveheart (1995)  

Towards the end, when Wallace's friend is walking in slow motion you can see his battle flopping as it's made of rubber. When Robert returns to the battlefield, 2 children are supposedly crying but if you observe the blonde girl you will see that she is actually laughing.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows(2011)
In the books by Joanne Rowling about Harry Potter, it is often said that he had green eyes — just like his mother. But in the movie, something went wrong as the actress who played the young Lily had brown eyes instead of blue or green.
 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 
In the second half of the film, Frodo has a scar on his right cheek, close to his chin but throughout the rest of the film, the scar changes its position and size. 
Forrest Gump(1994)

Forrest’s friend Lieutenant Dan decided to invest money in some “fruit company.” As it turned out, the fruit was an apple and the company legendary Apple. After that, in one of the episodes, Gump received a letter from Apple Computer Inc. The date on the letter said September 23, 1975. But the real foundation date is April 1, 1976. 
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