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Sommersby (1993) Poster

(1993)

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Anachronisms 

The fiddle being played at the homecoming dance is fitted with a chin piece, which was not used until the 20th century.
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Character error 

African American men held important positions, such as the judge portrayed by James Earl Jones, during the Reconstruction period after the Civil War.
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There's no way that an African American man could have been a judge, in the Deep South, shortly after the Civil War, as was depicted here by James Earl Jones.
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Factual errors 

In 1867 the price for Burley Tobacco was $58 per hundredweight, yet in the movie it was sold for $12.
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Miscellaneous 

When Jack goes to see his baby for the first time, he says to Laurel, "Can I hold her?". At this point no-one has told him it's a girl.
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