Best family movie mistakes of 1942
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Continuity mistake: When Donald is marching around the field at the Training Camp, the background behind him changes between shots.
Continuity mistake: When Elmer puts down his hitch hiking gear, he picks up the cow skull and puts it next to his gear before looking into the hole to find Bugs. After Elmer tells the audience that "There's something awfuwwy scwewy going on awound here," he continues investigating the hole, but when Bugs appears from behind, the hitch hiking gear has disappeared.
Continuity mistake: When Porky is preparing his breakfast, you can see there is a fishing rod by the tree, but after Porky breaks the egg revealing a baby eagle, we cut to the mother eagle standing by the tree and the fishing rod has disappeared.
Continuity mistake: When Elmer says "Step right this way" before escorting Bugs out of his house, you can see the handle is on the right hand side of the door, but when we see Bugs in the next shot on the other side, the handle is on the right hand side as well. This means that the door handle where Elmer is should have been on the left.
Continuity mistake: When we see Elmer reading his book at the beginning of the cartoon, the strap of his gun switches shoulders between shots.
Continuity mistake: When Jerry runs onto the record player, he runs next to a button panel and there are four buttons on it: Fast, Stop, Start and Change. But when he is pressing random buttons later on in the cartoon, a "Record" button has been added and the "Change" button has disappeared.
Continuity mistake: When Daffy sees Dr Jerkyl's house, he is holding a telegram in his hand that disappears when we see him in the next shot.
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