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Corrected entry: After the battle with the stepmother/dragon, she falls and pulls part of the four corner towers down with her. But after Giselle and Robert stop sliding and kiss on the roof the camera zooms out and all four tower are there and intact.

Correction: When Narissa falls, she hits the spire tower located beside the ballroom balcony - just note Nancy's, Edward's and Nathaniel's reactions, as they look to their left when Narissa hits it. When Giselle and Robert slide down the center green steeple tower, as the camera pans out we are only able to see the four spire towers located right at the steeple's base. Since the ballroom is many floors below, we are unable to see the broken spire tower at the corner of the building's stone facade.

Corrected entry: When the princess is being handed the first "poisoned" caramel apple, the evil pattern on the side appears and disappears from angle to angle.

Correction: The pattern is on one side of the apple. It is expected that it would not be visible from all angles.


Corrected entry: Where's Morgan the whole end of the movie? She simply disappears after Giselle takes her shopping.

Correction: With a sitter. We're not shown this because it's not relevant, but it is a given that her father made arrangements for her to be supervised while he went to the ball with Nancy.


Corrected entry: In Giselle's animated version, her hair is waist-long. However, in the real world her hair is shorter at shoulder-length.

Correction: Her hair isn't shoulder-length until after her trip to the hairdresser, who apparently cut it.


Corrected entry: When Prince Edward dives down the well, he has his sword pointed upwards before him. However, when he pops out of the sewer hole, his sword is sheathed and his hands are on his waist.

Correction: Remember how long it took for Giselle to become "real"? It took Edward that long too. Plenty of time for him to sheathe his sword.


Corrected entry: Near the end, Pip rolls onto the roof in his little hamster ball. How does a chimpmunk climb to the top floor of a New York skyscraper trapped in a hamster ball?

Correction: By following, via the elevator, anyone else headed to that floor.


Corrected entry: When people fall down the well they end up on the streets of New York. However the bush that falls down the well and inspires the queen to send her henchman after Giselle is never seen again, despite the pothole being uncovered at the other end.

Correction: It could easily have landed just on the other side, as Giselle did, out of view.

Corrected entry: When Nathanial is talking to the step mother in the soup pot, the apples change positions throughout the scene.

Correction: Don't see how this is an error. The apples are floating in liquid, of course their positions are going to change.

Corrected entry: When the stepmother blasts out of the sewer, the explosion knocks the manhole cover straight up. It never comes down.

Correction: The manhole cover doesn't go straight up, it flies into the Coca-Cola sign and breaks it.

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Giselle: No one has been very nice to me.
Robert: Yeah, well, welcome to New York.
Giselle: Thank you!



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.



Kevin Lima, the director of Enchanted, is also the squeaky voice of Pip in NYC. Paige O'Hara, who is the voice of Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and Danny Mastrogiorgio, who is the voice of Ram #2 in Brother Bear, appear as the couple on TV in the soap opera that Edward and Nathaniel watch on "the magic mirror." Also note that as soon as Edward clicks the remote to the soap's channel we hear a few bars of Beauty and the Beast's theme music. Then later while Edward searches for Giselle in the apartment building, Judy Kuhn, who is the singing voice of Pocahontas, appears as the pregnant mom with 3 kids who opens the door and tells the prince, "You're too late!"


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