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Interview With The Vampire - Louis Phone Home!
In the beginning of the movie Louis is accosted by Lestat and flown up to the rigging of a ship. Lestat drops him in the water and the next morning as Louis walks up the banks of the muddy Missisippi in 1794, in the background are a row of telephone poles with telephone lines!
It's 1791 stoop stoop
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Contributed By: bobbie on 04-27-2000 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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vampirekitty417 writes:
Actually, those are not telephone poles. I checked it out, and they are ropes for the lamps!
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BratGoddess writes:
I believe around that time, the telegraph had already been invented. It could have been telegraph wires, not phone lines.
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Becca writes:
The telegraph was not invented until October 26, 1861. It's their mistake.
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VampireGoddess writes:
These same "telephone/telegraph wires" are also shown in the long shot of the fire as Louis and Claudia are leaving for the ship.
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Natafalicious writes:
It's 1791 not 1794 stoop stoop
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