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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.

There are only 10 racers on Felix and Calhoun's couch. Where are the other 15?

In Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog, Mr. Brown is shown peeking around one side of the column in the close-ups and the other side in the far shots.

The Porters leave lemon wedges out on their tea table while they go exploring in the jungle. Are they really going to wT them when they get back after who-knows-what has been crawling around on them?

In Beauty and the Beast: Enchanted Christmas, the book Belle makes for Beast is bound on the wrong side in one shot.

While trying to convince the authorities that the Declaration is in danger, Ben Gates is very careful not to mention Ian's name to anyone. Is he trying to protect the man who recently tried to kill him?

Scuttle should see the rock immediately in front of Ariel when he spies her through the telescope.

In The Barefoot Executive, Steve buys the phony chimp his own pajamas so he'll look like Raffles. Undressing the real Raffles would've been easier.

In the final scene of Inside Out, all five emotions go to the window to look at Riley's personality islands. Earlier in the movie it was kind of a big thing whenever an island was created, and everybody watched with excitement. But now Disgust acts like she's never seen Fashion Island before, and likewise Fear acts like he's never seen Boy Band Island before. Weren't they watching the screen when Riley experienced boy bands or fashion trends and created the memories that caused these islands to come into being?

In The Great Mouse Detective, the price of a bubble-blowing elephant toy is marked "45 p," presumeably forty-five pence, or pennies. But pence is abbreviated with a "d," not a "p." Furthermore, the price would normally be written in shillings and pennies in the 19th century. After all, no American store would list a price as "150 cents." "3 shillings and 9 pence" would be the correct price, abbreviated to "3 and 9" and written as "3/9".

In Put-Put Troubles, the background behind Pluto changes suddenly when he gets the spring stuck on his behind.

Here are last month's glitches:

Anna can't skate. But she thinks she can; at least, Grand Pabbie put a vision of ice skating into her head when she was a child.

In The Jazz Fool, the legs on Mickey's stool keep changing color.

In Gus, when Crankcase thinks Andy's fallen out the hospital window, he runs into the room; though we can't see Andy, his hiding place should be easily visible to Crankcase.

Tony is surprised to see Violet's parents in the car. Who did he think was going to drive the kids to the theater?

In Lighthouse Keeping, Donald talks without moving his mouth, er--beak.

Edgar leaves the back door wide open when he goes on his little catnapping jaunt.

In Casey Bats Again, Casey's triplets should be older than the twins, but when we see the girls all lined up on the sidewalk, it's the other way around.

In The Three Musketeers, the sack's mouth is tied in a knot, but when Pete throws it, it suddenly has a cord wrapped around it. No matter; the girls somehow get out of it while locked in the trunk.

Herc and Phil are standing on bare dirt on Phil's island, which suddenly changes to to grass.

The bucket, mop, and broom just appear on the landing of the Three Good Fairies' cottage.




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