The Ghost TrainGoofs
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Throughout the entire film, several of the gentlemen's handkerchiefs change position or even fold.
When Teddy shoots at the 'ghost' on the platform, he uses what appears to be a 1910 Model Browning automatic, a popular police and civilian pistol of the time; but when he re-enters the waiting room he is holding a 1901 Model Browning, quite different in appearance. Later when the villain Price threatens the passengers on the bus, he now has the M1910.
In the opening scene, the train is shown traveling on the left side track, when Gander pulls the cord and stops it, it's on the right side track.
The station-master manages to escape out of the side office without anyone seeing him, despite the fact that the room had only one door and no window (only the ticket box opening). There was always someone in the waiting room through which he would have had to pass to escape.