The Santa Clause

The Santa Clause (1994)

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Corrected entry: When Scott Calvin is wearing the Santa suit in the early part of the film, the coat has a strip of white fur down the front. However later, as Santa Claus in Dr. Miller's living room, when he gets arrested, the coat has two fur pom-poms down the front. And after he gets released and comes back to the house, there is only one fur pom-pom on the front of the jacket.

Correction: He may have changed the coat or had a new one made. It was a year later and they made other changes (sled, hat, fire-proof jump suit, etc...)

Bruce Minnick

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film, just as Scott Calvin takes over the Santa duties, he visits the house of a little girl named Sarah. Right before Scott rudely asks Sarah if she still wants the doll and flings it into her Christmas tree, Sarah asks Scott why he doesn't look like Santa, why he has no beard, etc. You can easily tell her two front top teeth are missing (loss of baby teeth). However, towards the end of the film and seemingly a year later to the date, Scott (now full blown as Santa Claus) visits Sarah's house again and he is now very kind to her. When she tells him that the milk she left him this time was soy milk, you can easily see her two front top teeth are still missing. Very unlikely a year later.

Correction: Already submitted and corrected - it's unlikely but it sometimes takes that long.

littlestar

Corrected entry: When Scott is looking at the huge list of names with "Armand Asante" on it, you can see that the second page is the same as the first.

Correction: The elves told him to check it twice that is why the page is the same.

Revealing mistake: When Tim Allen startles Santa Clause and he falls off of the roof, Santa's foot kicks up a blanket that was used to look like some snow on the roof. (00:14:10)

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Little Elf Judy: Seeing isn't believing. Believing is seeing.

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Trivia: Not a mistake, but another elf sighting within the movie. In the Parent's Day scene in Charlie's classroom, watch the boy sitting directly behind Charlie in the blue shirt. When Charlie walks back to his desk to retrieve his glass ball to show everyone, you can see the boy's pointed ears. Another note of interest is when Charlie says "my Dad is Santa Claus" and it cuts to a wide shot showing all of the kids, this kid is the only one not laughing.

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Chosen answer: Even though Charlie did not want to stay with his Dad for Christmas Eve, he did want to stay at home with a family member, fragmented as it was. Eating Christmas Eve dinner at a Denny's restaurant was not his idea of a Christmas dinner at home with family.

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