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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.

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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.

Gurgi climbs a staircase and runs right into the Cauldron Born. How did these get separated from the main army already marching across the drawbridge? Are they taking a short cut?

If you look very carefully, you can see the wire on the floating harmonica in Escape to Witch Mountain.

Where does Baymax keep his lollipops?

In Saving Mr. Banks, Little Helen Goff is only five steps behind her sleepwalking mother; it's hard to believe she'd take the time to go after the horse to follow her mum.

In Jungle Rhythm, 29 whiskers reappear on the lion after Mickey plucks them out.

Shouldn't a Pete the Prospector doll talk more like the TV version of the character?

In The Big Wash, 48 the inside of Dolores's peanut should be two small nuts, not one long one.

The patch on Snow White's dress changes color.

In Pete's Dragon, Miss Turner says there's no one out by the school bell. How could she know that?

Here are last month's glitches:

When Madam Mim changes from a hen to an elephant, the feathers she scattered all over the ground are still there, though they do disappear eventually.

In The Vanishing Private, the brush dipped in invisible paint never turns invisible.

Why does the Colonel translate the Twilight Bark for Tibs and the Captain? They both speak dog.

In Snowball Express, Johnny jokes that the Montesque family would find fault with the Taj Mahal. So would most people who tried to sleep there; it's not a hotel, it's a mausoleum.

In Pluto Junior, the clothesline keeps changing: a knot appears in the rope, as does a handkerchief on the line, and some socks vanish.

Skippy Bunny pulls a toy sword out of nowhere.

Meeko's neck isn't visible beneath the giant bubble.

In The Boatniks, as soon as Chiyoko pulls up the sunken basket, it somehow suddenly can float.

In Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Iago is awfully small when Jasmine holds him.

Miguel must escape from the land of the dead before sunrise, yet the sky above that sinkhole seems awfully sunny, as if he'd already missed the deadline. Once Miguel exits the hole, it's night again.

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