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While the logo of the "Jerusalem Post", Uri is holding, is correct for the time setting (1970), the layout is not correct. The logo was in the center of the head line, not on the left, as in the movie.
The name of the "Stanford Research Institute" in Menlo Park, California, in which the experiments on Uri's talents were done in the 1970s is named "Stanton" in the movie.
When Madge is driving away her license plate is yellow and has six numeric characters. This kind of license plate was introduced in Tel-Aviv in 1971. Until then, at least since the 1950s, the license plates in Israel were red and had 5 numeric characters. The scene was set in 1969. The same goof also was seen on Uri's car after his first show.
Dr. Joe Hartmann asks Uri to come to his room at the Sheraton Hotel. This hotel wasn't built in Tel Aviv until 1977, about 8 years after the scene's setting.