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.
In The Birthday Party, watch the background magically change behind Mickey and Minnie.
You can see the wires when Doc Terminus, Hoagy, and Bones land in the fishing net. And the wire Terminus rides on when the harpoon carries him away.
How does incriminating dialogue get into a De La Cruz movie made long after Héctor's murder? Did Ernesto write the screenplay himself?
In The Tortoise and the Hare, the sign for Miss Cottontails Girls' School needs another apostrophe.
In Mickey's Orphans, the blanket is gone from the basket on the stoop.
In The Swiss Family Robinson, Bertie is above Ernst on the hill and shoots at a slightly elevated angle when Fritz jumps "him;" the bullet should've passed well over Ernst's head instead of striking the ground at his feet.
Herbie does nothing to discourage Thorndyke from putting Irish Coffee in his gas tank. Doesn't he notice? Isn't he paying any attention to the presence of his mortal enemy in the house?
When we first see them in Babes in Toyland, the toy Indians are joined together; later they are independent toys. Are there more than one set?
Phoebus asks for Esmeralda's name, but if he'd been paying attention, he would've heard Clopin introduce her before her dance number.
Pacha must lose some of Yzma's vials since he only feeds Kuzco a handful of the dozens he collected earlier.
Here are last month's glitches:
In Dug's Special Mission, Alpha is heard by the other dogs to talk in his sped-up voice; yet Beta, Gamma, and Dug all comment later, in Up that his voice sounds funny.
In Mickey's Nightmare, there are some ladies' undergarments in the house that Minnie obviously never wears.
"Did you ever see so many stars?" asks Mary Grant in In Search of the Castaways, though we see in the far shot that the sky is partly cloudy.
The long shadows cast by Snow White picking flowers indicate the day closing. Then, the shadows are shorter during "With a Smile and a Song," and then long again as she arrives at the cottage.
When Jasmine sneaks past Jafar to get the lamp, she drops to her knees for some reason. No wonder she doesn't get there in time.
Many animated characters are seen to turn their head around an impossible 360 degrees, like the boy penguin in Peculiar Penguins. But the penguin's black-and-white neck remains stationary while his head spins. Not more unbelieveable, but awfully strange-looking.
The "Free Kitties" sign on Oliver's box disappears.
In Wet Paint, after Donald gets an electric shock, we see him sitting on the ground. His left foot is facing away from the camera so that we see the sole. Watch closely--it spontaneously changes to the top of Donald's foot instead of the bottom.
Basil tells Dawson and Flaversham to "gather up those balloons." I'd like to see how they manage it without floating away.
Mushu has the power to endow his shadow with eye holes.
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