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.
That boulder completely covers the hydra's cave and the creature is released only when Hercules moves the boulder. If he had put it back in the same spot, the fight would never have occurred.
How does Baymax stash Tadashi's data card in his rocket fist without reverting to evil Baymax?
The weasels have several rifles handy, but they never use them to stop Toad and friends from taking back the deed.
In Mickey's Christmas Tree, Pluto steps on a green package that changes to red.
King Eidilleg says he'll see that Hen Wen is brought home again. But how does he know where she lives?
Molly gets Mrs. Potato Head for Christmas, an age-inappropriate toy made for children 3 and up.
While waving good-bye to Elliott, Nora and Pete are standing on a grassy spot in some shots, and on a bare dirt road in others.
In Father Noah's Ark, does anybody notice there are more than two of some critters boarding the ark?
The footprints outside Basil's flat aren't there at first.
In Mickey's Nightmare, the far left baby jumping on the bed skips a few frames.
Why does Miss Price ask Paul to return the bedknob? He travels to London with her; he needs to use the knob, not give it back.
Here are last month's glitches:
Jiminy stops all the clocks at 9:20, but when he later jumps onto a clock, it reads 11:20. Why didn't that one stop, too? Then, when Geppetto fires his pistol, all the clocks say 10:30.
Prince John loses the tuft on the end of his tail.
In The Swiss Family Robinsons, Fritz throws a rock at a hyena and impales his hand on a tree branch.
In Aladdin and the King of Thieves, the golden touch always spreads from the point of contact with the Hand of Midas until it covers the entire object touched. Except for Salu'uk; the golden spell spreads from both of his hands to the middle.
The blight that keeps the fish away from Moana's island doesn't affect the mantas.
Why do parents never hear all these terrifying roars of the scarers in their children's bedrooms?
In Busy Beavers, the beaver's black hand turns white, but just for a second.
Sykes's side mirror changes when Fagin grabs it.
In Mickey in Arabia, although the spears don't move while Pete's in the hole and out of our sight, he turns completely around.
When a game has the plug pulled, its citizens retreat to Game Central Station. Except for Turbo, who disguised himself as King Candy and took over Sugar Rush. But no one else knows that. Do they suppose Turbo failed to escape in time? He had to pass through Game Central Station at some point to get from one game to the other; did no one notice him?
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