The Four FeathersGoofs
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When CPT Durrance feels the face and head of the dead soldier outside his tent, the 'dead soldier' moves his head, lifting and turning it.
When General Burroughs is talking in the garden with Ethne, his swagger stick reverses ends.
After the battle, Faversham stands, and a corpse is lying across Durrance. The corpse then disappears when Faversham assists Durrance to his feet.
General Burroughs (C. Aubrey Smith) refers to the "Thin Red Line" at the Battle of Balaclava as the 68th (Durham) Regiment under his command. The Thin Red Line was the 93rd (Sutherland Highlanders) Regiment under the command of Sir Colin Campbell.
Just after the Khalifa moves his troops away from the river owing to the ruse, and the British/Egyptian boats start to move, one of the boats shows a white ensign in which the union flag (in the first quarter) is upside down.
'Defenceless' Is the correct British spelling.
At the beginning of the movie, the establishing title card incorrectly spells the word "defenseless" as "defenceless".
At c.48 minutes a Dervish warrior is seen blowing on a native musical instrument. However, the soundtrack uses the unmistakable sound of a muted (and very modern) trumpet.
Crew or equipment visible
During battle scenes some of the shots have the shadow of the camera and crew in them.