It's hard to get every detail right in a period piece, and the filmmakers behind the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" appear to have missed one. At one point in the film, Jackie turns on his car radio and the audio immediately springs to life. However, radios of the 1940s were built with vacuum tubes, which required a moment to warm up before producing sound. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff (Photo: Warner Bros)
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