04:09, Fri 16 Oct
633 squadron, one of the Mossie crews is a sikh.
She's playing with fire, he''s not ready for nibbly pig...
05:12, Fri 16 Oct
Debbie does Dallas was actually filmed in Acocks Green.
05:36, Fri 16 Oct
Dick Van Dyke isn't an actual Cockney.
06:24, Fri 16 Oct
The kids overpowering the child catcher and guards in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

The guards had swords and armour, the kids had bread rolls and Dick Van Dyke
13:33, Fri 16 Oct
John Rambo ending the Cold War, when it was in fact Rocky Balboa
14:43, Fri 16 Oct
Blue_since_62
The Scots wearing Kilts in the Mel Gibson film " Braveheart " The film is set in the 1300's but the kilt was first worn by Scots in the 1500's

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That's the least of the problems with Braveheart, basically any historical film involving Mel Gibson is a complete flight of fantasy.
14:44, Fri 16 Oct
'Most' American historical films too.
14:58, Fri 16 Oct
Bluesince62
'Most' American historical films too.

True yeah, but Mel Gibson is legendarily ignorant and disinterested where actual historical accuracy is concerned.

His criteria are:

a) Do I look great?

b) Do I get to do that offcentre boyish grin to the camera plenty of times?

If the answer to either or both of those questions is yes - that's close enough for him.
15:50, Fri 16 Oct
100%.

That film he made about the American Revolution? Haven't watched a single minute of it, never will as for a guess, every single Brit character is either a foppish, arrogant, cruel upper class knob or a rank and file baby eating, woman raping brute with a weird cockney/welsh/geordie amalgamated accent.
From his films and from some of his comments irl, get the impression he's a bit of a Brit hater.
16:06, Fri 16 Oct
The Royal Air Force (RAF) did not form a unit called "633 Squadron" during the Second World War.
16:28, Fri 16 Oct
Bridge On The River Kwai didnt go down too well when released

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16:31, Fri 16 Oct
It was based on 627 the lot who did the hedgehopping raids on Amiens and Copenhagen and acted as Pathfinders for the main bomber forces.
She's playing with fire, he''s not ready for nibbly pig...
16:34, Fri 16 Oct
Blue_since_62
The Scots wearing Kilts in the Mel Gibson film " Braveheart " The film is set in the 1300's but the kilt was first worn by Scots in the 1500's

It's mostly fiction

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07:31, Sat 17 Oct
That made me smile at work.

Cheers 👍