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Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976) Poster

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Anachronisms 

Set in 1953, but the unmistakable twin towers of the World Trade Center (completed in 1973) are visible in an exterior scene.
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Larry's father is always reading newspapers that are clearly props printed on stiffer white paper than cheap pulp newsprint actually in use in 1953.
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Photo of Jayne Mansfield on wall of Twentieth Century Fox casting director in 1953, at least two years before she was signed to studio or even beyond bit player status.
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Pepsi logo on deli across the street (visible through window in scene where Larry and Robert meet in bar) wasn't used until much later than early Fifties setting.
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Labels on Campbell's soup cans in Larry's kitchen are printed in upper and lower case typeface design not used until years after 1953, when company's soup flavors were still printed in all capital letters.
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Set in 1953 but the soundtrack features Dave Brubeck's '"Blue Rondo a la Turk" first recorded in 1959.
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Character error 

In one scene, Larry's mother, an opera fan, refers to a recording "from Verdi's 'Tosca'". "Tosca" was composed by Puccini, not Verdi.
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Continuity 

In the early scene where Lenny leaves home, he moves his suitcase from the chair to the floor, then tells his mother that she's going to give herself a heart attack, and when the camera cuts back the suitcase is back in the chair.
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