What is a glitch? Glitches are mistakes in movies and TV shows. They can be technical goofs, continuity errors, or anything that makes you scratch your head and say, "Huh?" We who love Disney films know that they are flawless, don't we? Read on...
New glitches added on the first of every month.
Jasper Badun says "truck" when he ought to use the British term, "lorry."
In Toby Tortoise Returns, 1936 just how big is Jenny Wren? In Who Killed Cock Robin, all the birds are, well, bird-sized, not the size of the Three Little Pigs and Toby Tortoise, as in this short.
Why did the Archdeacon never tell Quasimodo the true story of his mother?
Ratigan's jewel-headed stick changes to a plain stick instantaneously.
In The Christmas Star, Sumner's calendar has a lot of pages in it, considering it's the last week of the year.
In The Castaway, 1931 the piano has pedals which it didn't have before.
Geppetto takes off Pinocchio's vest sometime after finding body.
In Alice's Wild West Show, the guy standing by the piano has black hair and a black beard until the crowd starts to throw bottles. Then his hair and beard turn white.
What do monsters do when a child moves? When a new one is born? When they re-paint their closet door? Do they have ways of knowing these things?
In Old Sequoia, how can Donald's boss hear him on the phone? The duck's beak is nowhere near the mouthpiece.
Here are last month's glitches:
It seems that only Rapunzel's voice can activate her healing powers; otherwise, how could she threaten not to allow Mother Gothel to use those powers? In that case, Gothel would've had to wait, at the very least, two years after stealing baby Rapunzel before being able to youthen herself. Why did she not age into dust in those two years?
In Funny Little Bunnies, the bow on the basket goes from dark green to light green in an instant.
Lightning McQueen doesn't know what rearview mirrors are, yet Mack has them.
While being introduced to the denizens of The Old Mill, we see a bunch of glowing eyes that are soon revealed to be a colony of bats. Only the bats are all hanging upside-down, and their actual eyes are slanting the opposite way of the eyes we saw a second before.
"Let in the light!" cries Mama Odie, a stange thing for a blind woman to say.
The castle tree in Beauty and the Beast: Enchanted Christmas has blinking lights in one shot, long before homes had electricity.
The Eiffel Tower is suddenly a lot farther away from O'Malley's pad.
In Water Babies, the ripples in the pond somehow pass over the floating leaf.
In Klondike Kid, Pierre hangs Minnie from a moose head by her skirt, but later she's hooked on by her panties.
Prince John says the gallows is in the village square. Looks to be in the middle of the castle courtyard to me.
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