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Wrong word in movie synopsis on TV

Misspelled word in synopsis

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#1 LawrenceA

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 12:37 PM

Wrong word in movie synopsis on TV

Not sure this is the correct topic category. I noticed that the word "defection" was actually "****" in the synopsis for "A Touch Of Larceny" in the movie lineup on TV today. 

Just thought I would let someone know. First time I have noticed a typo like this, and I usually notice typos.

The wrong word I tried to enter has been redacted. Let's just say there was an "a" between the c and the t. 

 

Was this on your onscreen guide on your TV? If so, those are done by the various TV providers, such as Comcast, DirectTV, whoever you get your service from.



#2 JKMarie

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Posted 30 August 2017 - 11:41 AM

Wrong word in movie synopsis on TV

Not sure this is the correct topic category. I noticed that the word "defection" was actually "****" in the synopsis for "A Touch Of Larceny" in the movie lineup on TV today. 

Just thought I would let someone know. First time I have noticed a typo like this, and I usually notice typos.

The wrong word I tried to enter has been redacted. Let's just say there was an "a" between the c and the t. 






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