In the scene where Scudder is in the room with Management and Ben, Management jumps out from behind the curtain onto Scudder's back. At one point, we see Management with a mask over half of his face. Later, no mask in on his face. Then we see the mask again. The second time we see the mask, Scudder rips it off of Management. Obviously an editting goof.
When Varlyn Stroud is looking at the monument of the dead miners in Babylon, he crosses off names on his list. Only two names remain. One of them is Kenneth Requa. He is post-production assistant for the show.
The card at the top of the stack that Sofie finds is the three of cups which means victory, fulfilment, solace, healing.
Continuity: Just after Ben headbutts Geddes the mask maker and breaks his ceramic mask, we cut to a room shot with Geddes's voice overdubbed saying "You've heard of plaster of paris...". Unfortunately the mask is whole again in this shot, then once again broken in the next one.
When Ben collected the deck of tarot cards the wind carried with it, at the top of the stack is Le Maison de Dieu which translated means The House of God. The interpretation of the card is danger, combat, war, destruction, and so on.
The tarot card Ben catches when the wind carries them away is the Ace of Swords (As des Epees). Which stands for conquest, triumph, great force in love and hate.
The number of the tarot card Le Passeur is XXIII (which means 23), there is no card 23. The type of tarot used only goes up to 21.
The tarot card Ben saves from the fire is Le Passeur, which is French and means roughly either of these words: ferryman, boatman, smuggler.
The sign in front of the church where Norman collapses says United Methodist Church, etc. is 34 years too early. The United Methodist Church did not become a church until 1968. Before that it was 2 entities. The United Brethren Church and the Methodist Church.
Apollonia's body was burnt to the bone, yet the tarot deck only got singed, except for its cover. And even though the cover got burnt, the string holding it together has not gotten burnt.
Just after Sofie gets off stage, Stumpy and his wife have an argument, in one cut her gown is hanging open and her arms are at her side. In the next cut her arms are crossed, holding the gown firmly closed.
Lodz drinks absinthe in this episode, a common cause of blindness in the Parisian artistic culture of the late 1800s (think Toulous-Lautrec). Often called a dangerously addictive, psychoactive drug, it may be the cause of Lodz's blindness, revealed when he says to Ben, "I gave up my eyes for a fraction of what you possess."
After the storm when Sofie returns to her car, the driver window is open, but there's no apparent dust inside. One would imagine there'd a decent coating, and she'd at least have to sweep the seat off!
Since Apollonia can move objects as heavy as the trailer's door, why doesn't she shut the windows when the black blizzard hits?
Why, after such a major dust storm, do all the vehicles start up again so easily? Wouldn't the accumulated dust make them inoperable until they were cleaned out?
Although Ben's mother's farm is supposed to be in Oklahoma, in some of the long shots mountains can be seen in the distance.
Brother Justin is shown listening to Orson Welles as The Shadow on the radio. Although The Shadow premiered in 1930, Orson Welles didn't play the part until 1937 - three years after the 1934 setting of the show. James La Curto and Frank Readick Jr. alternated performing the role in '34.
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