Prince Edward: [To a TV screen] Magic Mirror, tell me where she is!
TV Reporter: Reporting from 116th and Broadway.
Prince Edward: 116th and Broadway. Thank you mirror!
When Giselle opens the window in Robert's apartment, in the exterior shot, to sing for furry cleaning help, there is a set of three windows to her right, with a balcony. Odd thing is, in the interior shots the window she sang from is to the left of the couch, but to the right of the couch there are three French doors, not windows, that open to the balcony. See more...
The scene where Giselle makes a scarecrow of her "dream prince" is based on a deleted scene from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs where Snow White does the same. See more...
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|Original entry||In Giselle's animated version, her hair is waist-long. However, in the real world her hair is shorter at shoulder-length. [Her hair isn't shoulder-length until after her trip to the hairdresser, who apparently cut it.]|