In the scene where Chicken Little sees the star that gets bigger until it hits him, you can see the shine of the small star on Chicken Little's glasses and on his eyes. In the next shot, when the star gets bigger, you can only see the shine of the star in his glasses-and not on his eyes. See more...
Australian comedian Mark Mitchell re-voiced Buck Cluck for the Australian release, but in an American accent. See more...
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Factual error: When Chicken Little is in his bedroom, after he scored during his baseball game, he looks into the spoon he is using as a microphone to see his reflection. He looks into the side that is curved away from you. When you look at that side of a spoon your reflection is upsidedown, but Chicken Little's was right side up.