Working for Peanuts

Working for Peanuts (1953)

10 continuity mistakes

Continuity mistake: When Delores gives Chip and Dale a small swimming pool to try, Dale runs up to the diving board and you can see there is nothing behind him near the straw, but in the next shot peanuts have appeared.

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Continuity mistake: When Donald sees the box containing the Genuine Albino Chipmunks, you can see he is standing in the doorway, but when he has read the label, he is now standing by the railing.

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Continuity mistake: When Dale is doing his tap-dance routine at the zoo, you can see there are some peanuts behind him, but when he comes to the end of the table in the next shot, the peanuts have disappeared.

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Continuity mistake: When Donald sees a group of people crowding around at the zoo, you can see a cowboy and there is no one beside him, but when Donald looks through the cowboy's legs, another man has appeared.

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Continuity mistake: When Chip pretends to be a seal, the background behind him changes between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Donald uses Delores' trunk to suck up the peanuts that Chip and Dale are holding, you can see in the background there is a brick wall, but in the next shot the background has changed to the zoo.

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Continuity mistake: When Donald appears from behind Delores after Chip and Dale tiptoe in front of them, the ground colour changes from white to green between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Chip asks Dale "Where are the nuts?", there are some branches behind Dale that disappear in the next shot.

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Continuity mistake: When Delores the elephant catches a peanut that Donald throws to her, the sky behind her changes from dark blue to light blue between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Donald is sweeping the peanuts in front of Delores the elephant, he picks a single peanut off the floor and you can see there is nothing in front of him, but in the next shot a pile of peanuts has suddenly appeared.

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