10 Final End Credit Movie Mistakes You Never Noticed

9. Napoleon's Inconsistent Height - The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Changeling Credits
Warner Bros.

Guy Ritchie's cult classic spy flick The Man from U.N.C.L.E. boasts a glossy, stylish end credits sequence which shows off dossier-style profiles of all the main characters.

This includes protagonist Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill), whose sloppy dossier contains contradictory information about the man's height of all things.

Though the booking photo of Solo makes it clear he stands at a towering 6 feet, 4 inches, a sheet of paper that flashes briefly across the screen lists his height as only 6'1". For clarity, Henry Cavill's actual height is just under 6'1," so the paper is more accurate than the photo.

But this isn't the only careless gaffe in the credits - Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer) is said to have an exceptional chess Elo rating of 2401 points, despite the fact that the Elo rating system wasn't adopted by the World Chess Federation until 1970, seven years after the film itself is set.

It's clear that a wealth of effort went into devising this flashy end titles sequence, but it falls short of perfection where the finer details are concerned.


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