Best sport movie continuity mistakes of 1994

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D2: The Mighty Ducks picture

Continuity mistake: There is an announcer's voice speaking as the camera moves in on Team USA's first game, against Trinidad. The announcer says that Team USA is leading 6 to nothing, but you can see the scoreboard while he's talking, and it says the score is 7-0.

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Little Giants picture

Continuity mistake: When Spike first joins the little giants team they start practising a power eye formation. On the first play Spike trips and fumbles the ball. He doesn't have it in his hands when he hits the ground, but when he gets up he does.

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Major League II picture

Continuity mistake: Near the end after winning the AL championship, Vaughn vaults the wall to chase down the teacher. As he climbs the wall, you can see a fan reach out and grab his elbow to help him up. The shot changes to a front view of Vaughn coming over the wall and the fan is now too far away to reach him with no time in between shots.

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Blue Chips picture

Continuity mistake: In the scene when Nick Nolte is arguing in the parking lot, he unlocks his car door, but his window is rolled down in the same scene.

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Angels in the Outfield picture

Continuity mistake: In the last game of the movie you can see that Ray Mitchell (Angel Player) hits a home run to tie the game. If you look you can see that the home run ball goes over the fence and out of the stadium but then after they change cameras to Ray and then back to where he hit the home run it shows a man with the ball in his hand as if he caught it.

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Kickboxer 4: The Agressor picture

Continuity mistake: At the final fighting scene (David Sloan vs.Tong Po), you can see that Tong Po's hair (a half shaved head with only a ponytail on it) is as fake as it can be: everytime when he moves his head a bit to rough around (sweeping his ponytail around while fighting) clearly shows that he's wearing a special kind of wig attached to his head. That 'wig' is so badly attached that it looks like he's got rimples on the back and on top of his head.

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Above the Rim picture

Continuity mistake: During the final basketball game, when Shep makes a finger roll for a layup, his jersey and 15 are backwards.

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The Scout picture

Continuity mistake: When the doctor is telling Al her diagnosis, the pencil on the clipboard disappears and reappears as the camera angle changes between her and Al.

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8 Seconds picture

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Lane, Tuff and Cody are talking about Leffow right before Lane rides there is no leather strip around Lane's neck to tie his glove on with. In the next shot he has the leather strip around his neck. (00:28:35)

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Little Big League picture

Continuity mistake: In the scene after the Twins lost their first game while Billy and his grandpa were leaving the field, Billy was walking at his grandpa's right side. Then the scene cuts and shows their back. When the scene shows their front again Billy is walking at his grandpa's left side.

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The Next Karate Kid picture

Continuity mistake: When Eric pulls up to the docks to fight Charlie he is wearing a vest, as he gets out of his car the vest is still seen, a brief moment later the vest has disappeared.

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Ernest Goes to School picture

Continuity mistake: When Ernest is messing with the pipe in the locker room the toilet seat in the middle stall goes from being up to down and back up again.

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