New this month Continuity mistake: After Tintin has leapt over from the driver's seat of his speedboat to the driver's seat of Allan's, he begins a fight with him, then they dodge a bridge by ducking. From a wide angle that shows them exiting the bridge, we can see there is nothing on the back of the speedboat. A few seconds later, Allan then punches Tintin and he falls back onto the back, only now some ropes have suddenly appeared.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Haddock jumps onto Tintin, believing that he is a bottle of wine, Tintin's hat thing falls off his head and lands on the sand behind him. After Snowy has hit him on the head with the bone, Tintin says "The heat must be getting to you" and there is no sign of Tintin's hat thing on the sand behind him. Then as Haddock begins to run to the "water", the hat thing is back again.
New this month Continuity mistake: After the plane has crashed, Snowy leads Tintin and Captain Haddock to the skeleton of a dead camel. Just as Haddock says "That's a camel", Tintin and Haddock are visible in the background and Haddock is shown to be standing behind Tintin. In the next shot, as Tintin says "That was a camel", Tintin and Haddock are suddenly standing level with each other.
New this month Continuity mistake: Just after Haddock and Snowy fall to the rear end of the plane, the pilot gets up and hits Tintin over the head with a wine bottle. Tintin is then knocked unconscious and the plane is out of control. Just after Haddock yells out "Tintin! Tintin!" and the shot cuts to an exterior shot of the plane going out of control, we can see the plane is no longer in the storm, instead in clear blue skies. A few seconds later, as the pilot makes for the airlock to jump out with the parachute, the plane is suddenly back to being in the storm.
New this month Continuity mistake: The pilot of the seaplane Tintin and Haddock capture has white skin. A few scenes later on, when Tintin and Haddock are riding through the storm, Haddock and Snowy fall backwards and the pilot suddenly has brown skin. This continues throughout the scene until after Tintin is knocked out with the wine bottle and the pilot makes for the airlock where he suddenly has white skin again.
New this month Continuity mistake: As Tintin and Captain Haddock attempt to ride he seaplane through the storm, Snowy is always hiding under the pilot's seat, up until the point where he and Haddock fall backwards, where he is now out in the open.
New this month Audio problem: In the "previously on Tintin" segment, when it recaps the three bad guys appearing to kill Daws, one of them says "You disappoint us, Daws." The voice of the person saying the line is significantly different to what was heard the in the previous episode.
New this month Continuity mistake: The pilot of the seaplane has a mustache, and goes back to the site of the boat to see if Tintin and Haddock really are dead. When Snowy appears behind him and the pilot says "Where did you come from?", the mustache has vanished completely. Then as Tintin pulls on the pilot's leg, the mustache reappears again.
New this month Other mistake: When the seaplane advances in on Tintin and Captain Haddock, the pilot begins to start shooting at them. The shot after this shows a POV shot where the bullets hit the water and keep getting closer to the boat. The third bullet is shown hitting part of the boat but no damage is caused.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Tintin and Haddock discover the sea plane headed for them, Tintin states it is coming in very fast, to which Haddock replies "Not fast enough for me." As he says this, his arms are shown waving around and that his right arm is raised far above his left arm. In the sudden shot following, Haddock's arms are now completely still and are partially lowered.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Tintin throws the planks of wood through Captain Haddock's porthole, they land on his head. Haddock turns his head and his glass of whiskey is almost full to the top. He then turns back to his table, saying "Back stabbing scallywags", and there is now less whiskey in his glass.
New this month Continuity mistake: After Tintin runs into the storage room, he barricades the door with several crates and Allan and the three bad guys are shown trying to get in by pulling on the door handle. At the end of the shot, the door handle is pointing upwards, but in the shot of Allan and three bad guys, the other end of the door handle is completely straight.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Tintin and Snowy run into the storage room to hide from Allan and the other two bad guys, the door to the room is white. A couple of shots later, as Allan says "Give it up. He's barricaded", the door is now teal.
New this month Other mistake: After Tintin and Snowy run out of the room containing Mr. Kuraki, they are discovered by Allan and the two bad guys he is with. The three of them then take their guns out, aim them at Tintin and Snowy and begin to shoot them. The bullets miss Tintin and Snowy and end up hitting the wall. No bullet marks are ever visible in the wall after this.
New this month Audio problem: As Snowy chews through the ropes keeping Tintin tied up, Tintin removes them and then says to Snowy "We've got to find a way off this ship. We've stumbled into a real hornet's nest, here." Snowy then replies with a bark, but his mouth is completely sealed shut and there is a rope in his mouth. For Snowy's bark to be possible, his mouth would had to have been open.
New this month Continuity mistake: Tintin is locked in a room tied up to two pipes. There is rope around his torso and ankles which is connected to the pipes above and even his arms are tied up, connected to the pipes behind him. Allan then enters the room and the rope that was connecting his arms to the pipe is now nowhere in sight. It is partially visible for a few frames, but then vanishes for the rest of the shot. Then when the shot cuts to Tintin, there is suddenly rope wrapped all around the pipe behind him.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Allan and his two crew mates go to question Tintin, they enter a room with a teal door with a handle. When they are inside the room a few inches of hull are shown under the door. As the three go to leave the room after the questioning, the teal door is now grey with a knob, and almost a foot of extra hull is now shown beneath the door.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Tintin discovers the Crabe Extra tins in the ship's decks, he is knocked out and drops his torch that is left turned on. As the shot begins to pan out, the torch is suddenly switched off. Also, his torch is pointed to the left as he is knocked out, but shifted slightly to the right when the shot begins panning out.
New this month Continuity mistake: When Tintin is searching the decks, Snowy starts scratching his paws on a red door so Tintin would come over to it. As Tintin walks over to it, we see it has a door knob. In the next shot, it just has a regular handle.