Goofs from True History of the Kelly Gang
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- The film depicts Kelly being apprenticed to Harry Power at age eleven. In real life Kelly was fifteen when he began working with Power.
- Steve Hart never wore an eye patch.
- In the film Constable Fitzpatrick is depicted as English. In reality he was Irish.
- The film depicts Kelly's hanging as being performed by pushing him off a catwalk. In real life, hangings in Kelly's time were performed by having the prisoner stand on a trapdoor, which would then be opened by a release leaver, sending the prisoner falling until they reached the end of the rope.
- In the film the Kelly home is made out of corrugated iron. When we first see the house, it is 1867. However corrugated iron didn't exist in Australia until the 1880s.