Best animated movie mistakes of 1956

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Deduce, You Say picture

Continuity mistake: When we see Dorlock Holmes at his desk at the start of the cartoon, you can see that he is writing with the feather in his right hand, but in the next shot he is holding the feather with his left hand.

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A Star Is Bored picture

Continuity mistake: When Daffy (dressed as Bugs) is fishing at the pier, there is a can beside him that keeps disappearing and re-appearing between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Napoleon takes some snuff, he puts the box back on the map, but in the next shot the box is now on the table near Bugs.

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Raw! Raw! Rooster! picture

Continuity mistake: When Foghorn Leghorn is relaxing in the barnyard, you can see there are two hens fanning him, but when a man on a bicycle arrives with a telegram, the hens with fans have disappeared.

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Gee Whiz-z-z-z-z-z-z picture

Continuity mistake: When the Coyote has put on his Batman outfit, you can see behind him there is a boulder and an empty box before he is about to jump. But we see the Coyote on top of the cliff in the next, the boulder and box are nowhere in sight.

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Yankee Dood It picture

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd realises that some of the elves are missing, his elf helper steps forward and you can see behind him are the other elves. When Elmer says "What shoemaker?" we return to the elf and the other elves who were behind him have disappeared.

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Stupor Duck picture

Continuity mistake: When Cluck Trent is using his typewriter at the beginning of the short, you can see there is nothing by the machine, but when the camera closes in on Trent, a sign saying "Cluck Trent Reporter" appears.

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