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 Night Crossing, Peter could easily lead his family around the trip wires instead of over them.
Doris talks to Bowler Hat Guy right in front of the receptionist and nobody cares. Why not do the same thing in the meeting with the Inventco bigwigs?
That statue Moana pushes over looks like it weighs a couple of tons. This is one strong teen!
Why does Ariel think that sunken ship is so fantastic? There are others just like it all around.
All six dwarfs leap on Grumpy, but when they stand up, Dopey is missing.
Fife tears the corner of Beast's cape, but it soon repairs itself.
In Pioneer Days, Minnie's panties flash black and white when she cries.
The shadows around The Flying Mouse come at him from all sides, as if there were light sources all around him in that bat's cave.
V.I.N.C.E.N.T. calls Old B.O.B. by name, having read it on the robot's hull, but B.O.B. later introduces himself anyway.
In Father's Lion, Junior puts his sweater on, but it vanishes instantly.
Here are last month's glitches:
In Pluto's Kid Brother, the sausages are not seen through the hole in the fence.
If you look in the background as Ben Gates is being arrested by Sandusky, you'll see Abby and Riley hurrying away a few seconds before they walk into the scene.
Although Tito has pulled out all kinds of wires and caused a short circuit, the limo still drives just fine.
In The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, Melody isn't the least bit surprised when she sees the magic picture of Atlantica for the first time.
In The Reluctant Dragon, Sir Giles's monacle changes eyes constantly.
Where is Uncle Scrooge's meeting for the Archeological Society Ball held? It's in the middle of a snow-covered landscape, although the weather in Duckburg appears to be balmy. Of course, there are plenty of cold places in the world, but did Murlock really fly thousands of miles as a bird to get there?
The piano in the Rat Trap is suddenly several feet from the wall, probably so that tough mouse can knock it back.
When Manchas goes savage, his injured eye is miraculously healed.
The scratches Creeper makes on the Horned King's throne vanish.
In Alice's Wonderland, it's pretty clear that the one lion does indeed catch Alice.
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