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.
Judy's uncle was once affected by Night Howlers, and he had no serum or antidote. Did it just wear off eventually? Or is he still savage?
In Pioneer Days, a pig instantaneously changes from a white shirt to a gray shirt.
After Cody cuts the ropes on the eagle trap, more appear.
Bo Peep's on the night stand; she should be able to see Buzz on the bed when he first arrives, though she's just as surprised as the rest of the toys to see him.
A flight from New York to Africa takes over ten hours one way. Do those TV bigwigs in The Barefoot Executive really intend to spend that much time in the back of a cargo plane with no amenities?
In The Golden Touch, Midas doesn't turn his robe or face gold when he touches them, yet the touch works fine on his tooth.
In Morris the Midget Moose, the shadows change from directly overhead to long evening instantly.
Except for Imelda, none of the Riveras call on their alebrijes to help look for Miguel. Is Pepita the only competent one?
In The Three Caballeros, Gauchito's cup changes color.
Shouldn't Basil compare those bullets side by side instead of end to end? No wonder they don't match.
Here are last month's glitches:
In Cured Duck, the paper wrapping disappears from around the bottom of the insult machine.
King Hubert should be "Your Majesty," like fellow-king Stefan, not "Your Highness," like lowly Prince Phillip.
The narrator in The Incredible Journey states that the animals "learned to travel by night," though we see them travelling by day lots of times after this.
Jiminy falls into the pool table hole between the 1-ball and the 8, but when he emerges, he's between the 3 and the 8.
In Night Crossing, Maj. Koerner gets a phone call that "They've been spotted," and that's all. Without waiting to find out precisely where, he takes off in a helicopter, trusting to luck to spot the balloon.
Fflewddur Fflam's harp has a different number of strings in different shots, not counting the ones that snap.
In The Gorilla Mystery, some force lines remain frozen in mid-air after Mickey stamps his foot.
Giselle could just jump right back into the manhole to return home immediately.
How do the monsters get such detailed information on the kids they scare, as shown in Monsters University?
In The Village Smithy, Donald's feathers are yellow instead of white like they are in every other cartoon.
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