That's not right: the 28 smallest yet biggest mistakes in sports movies

[post_page_title]Chariots of Fire[/post_page_title]
The 1981 film tells the story of two British track stars who compete in the 1924 Olympics in Paris. One of them is a devout Christian, the other a Jew looking to overcome ant-semitism. It’s a touching movie, and always listed as one of the greatest movies ever made. But whoever looked into their historical accuracies missed one big thing. Back in 1924, the Canadian flas was not the red maple leaf we know today, that flag wasn’t introduced until the 1960s. But according to IMDb, the maple leaf flag was used in the movie.

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Chariots of Fire

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