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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.



It's lucky for Bob that Helen never tried to call him at the office or the hotel any of the times he lied to her about being at a convention.

In Donald's Dog Laundry, the background behind sleeping Pluto abruptly changes.

When Kida changes back to normal, she has no way of knowing that the other members of the expedition have sided with Milo. Unless she can see or hear everything that goes on while she's inside that box.

In Three Blind Mouseketeers, the reflections in the bottles not only look like a hundred mice, they somehow sound like a hundred mice.

In Now You See Him, Now You Don't, several of the background characters look the wrong way when they're supposed to be staring at some invisibility gags.

Not only does young Coco receive letters from her father without Imelda's knowledge, but she also manages to keep them hidden in a drawer for decades, even when she's so feeble that her family must care for her 24/7.

In Babes In Toyland, Tom, Mary, and the children watch the Toymaker through the window. When the window blows completely out, they walk away to find a door when they could've entered straight through that window./.

Each of the characters in Robin Hood is listed in the opening credits by name, actor, and species. But Alan-A-Dale is listed as "the rooster" with no name.

In Timber, Pete has the back of his clothes shaved off and, remarkably, they remain that way throughout the cartoon, except for one brief shot in which they are repaired.

In his last scene, Roquefort suddenly has his coat on.

Here are last month's glitches:

In Bubble Bee, Pluto attacks the hive, assuming there is only the single bee. He's right, but how does he know?

It's a good thing the armor isn't as mischievous as the clothes were when Eglantine first tried the Substitutiary Locomotion spell.

You'd think Mr. Prendergast and Mrs. Snow would've seen their prisms painting rainbows on the wall at some point in their lives. Predergast even knows the science behind it, yet he looks all around the room before he finds what Pollyanna sees on the wall.

In How To Play Baseball, the narrator announces that the runner is rounding first long after he's passed that base.

In Tall Tale, Daniel could survive the buzz saw even with his foot stuck, if he would just use those metal braces to haul himself out of harm's way.

Maleficent's curse can't be very effective if she has to track down Aurora herself and then mesmerize the princess into touching the spindle.

In All In a Nutshell, Chip and Dale don walnut-shell helmets, but then they miraculously find tiny wooden swords on the ground, and Dale somehow gets a grassy belt.

In Return to Oz, Dorothy doesn't even try leaving Mombi's palace through the front door. Sure the Wheelers are sleeping on the steps, but she doesn't know that.

The Sheriff of Nottingham assures Trigger there will be no attempted jailbreak. But wasn't that the plan? Wasn't Prince John counting on Robin coming to rescue Friar Tuck so the outlaw could be captured? Or doesn't Prince John trust the Sheriff enough to take him into his confidence?

Amos Slade replaces his car's radiator while spending the winter in his remote cabin. He must've brought a spare with him to while away the evenings.




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