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Zidler starts to sing "The show must go on" and walks between two workmen. One of them pulls a rope to lift himself up. He rises above his mate's head, but in the next shot he is at waist level lifting himself up. See more...
In the scene when the Duke asks for the ending of the play to be changed, look in the background and you'll see an elaborately decorated horse. this horse was originally supposed to be in the production (as proposed in the 'Spectacular, Sectacular' number). The floor was specially reinforced for the weight of the horse but for some reason the horse's scene was cut from the movie and he can only be seen in two short shots. See more...
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Continuity: When Satine is dancing with Christian in the first Moulin Rouge scene, her pink feather dress's straps are very thin. But when Chocolat sets her down backstage after she has fainted, her straps are much thicker and are more intricate. This is mentioned on the DVD - the later scene was filmed first, and changes had to be made to the dress in order for Nicole Kidman to dance around in it.
Continuity: In the 'Come What May' sequence in the theater, in some shots, after Nini tells the Duke about Satine and Christian, the other dancers are sitting in chairs and there is a giant pile of chairs that the stage crew is setting up. But when the Duke says he doesn't like the ending, there are no chairs, no dancers, and no stage crew.