Best comedy movie mistakes of 1950
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Continuity mistake: Bugs is wearing his wedding suit during "The Marriage of Figaro" scene, but when he says "Next!" at the end of the short, he is back to wearing his barber's outfit.
Continuity mistake: When Daffy begins reading "The Scarlet Pumpernickel" at the start of the cartoon, you can see that the script is by the wall. Later on, both Daffy and the script are in front of J.L.'s desk, and a few shots later they are near the wall again.
Continuity mistake: When Sam puts his pistol against Bugs' nose, you can see there is graffiti saying "The Captain is a Shnook" behind him, but after a quick cut to Bugs, we return to Sam and the graffiti has disappeared.
Revealing mistake: Rusty Cameron makes a call from a pay telephone. He makes several movements with his index finger and the sound of the dial can be heard but the dial itself never moves.
Continuity mistake: When Bugs is square dancing with the hillbilly brothers in the hall, you can see that the hall has a decoration on the wall, but in the next shot the decoration has disappeared.
Continuity mistake: When Porky inspects Prissy for eggs, you can see that the nest to her has nothing on the wall, but when Porky threatens Prissy to lay an egg, a sign with "Daphne" on it has appeared.
Audio problem: When Daffy says "So long, Rembrandt!" whilst pretending to ride on a bicycle, his beak doesn't move.
Continuity mistake: When the construction worker sees a bird in front of him, he says "Ha!" The worker then sees the city below and falls. At this point, you can see the worker is holding his hat in his left hand, but when he falls through the first plank of wood, the hat is nowhere to be seen.
Continuity mistake: When Tom shoots a stream of balls to flatten Jerry, the last ball in the pack is coloured purple, but when the balls rebound off the side rail, the last ball is now a green one.
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