Goofs from Goodbye Christopher Robin
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- When Christopher Robin visits London Zoo (in 1928), he watches penguins swimming past a viewing dome set into the side of their enclosure, known as Penguin Beach. This wasn't built until 2011.
- When the Guards band is playing for Christopher Robin's birthday, they mark time out of step with the music (the first beat of the bar should be on the left foot). The apparent error probably arose in the editing stage.
- In the station there was a poster for British Railways. BR did not exist until 1948. CR would have joined up before war ended in 1945.
- In the scene at the station when Christoper Robin is leaving for the army, there is a map of Southern England on the wall behind them. During the war, all maps and signs were removed from public places, as these could have aided the enemy.