Best animated movie mistakes of 1946
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Audio problem: When Bugs says "Out there in the audience" when being held by the neck by the red monster, his mouth doesn't move.
Continuity mistake: When we see the cats lounging around, the bottle the drunken cat is holding has nothing on the label, but in the next shot it now reads "Arsenic and Old Grapes."
Continuity mistake: When Elmer is chasing Bugs at the beginning of the cartoon, the ground is white, but when Bugs comes out of the log and pushes it over the cliff, the ground is green.
Continuity mistake: When the security guard says "Why didn't you tell me?" to Daffy, the guard is standing in front of a wall but in the next shot he is standing in front of the door.
Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd is holding the test tube to drop liquid into the solution, you can see there is nothing on the side of the tube, but in the next shot a measuring system suddenly appears.
Factual error: When the camera pans to the theatre right after the opening credits, the sign uses the British spelling of "theatre" instead of the American "theater."
Audio problem: When Bugs says "That's the old ginger, boy!" when practising with his baseball bat, his mouth doesn't move.
Continuity mistake: After Bugs shoots the man in the audience for coughing, the style of notes in the music book in front of him changes between shots.
Continuity mistake: When we see Toodles in the window of her bedroom, the shutters have nothing on them, but in a close-up in the next shot, hooks have suddenly appeared.
Continuity mistake: When Tom picks up a telephone book, you can see he is holding the book with both hands, but when we see a close-up of the "Ajax Mouse Exterminators" in the next shot, his hands are nowhere to be seen.