Show Biz Bugs

Show Biz Bugs (1957)

8 mistakes

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Directed by: Friz Freleng

Starring: Mel Blanc

Genres: Animated, Family, Short

Revealing mistake: When Bugs is applauding with the audience after Daffy has blown himself up, his tail disappears for a second.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs is performing his juggling act, he is juggling with four balls. But when the balls fall into his hat, there are now five.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs pulls the two sawn boxes apart to demonstrate to the audience that Daffy has been cut in half, there is a saw on the floor. But when Daffy jumps out of the box in the next shot, the saw has disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs is demonstrating his ‘sawing in half' act to the audience, the box is behind him. But when we see Bugs in the next shot, the box has gone.

Continuity mistake: When Daffy performs his pigeons act, there is a shield saying "DD" on the cloth on the table. But in a close-up of Daffy in the next shot, there is no shield on the cloth.

Continuity mistake: When Daffy performs his time-step, there is a button on his waistcoat. But when he goes down on his knees, the button is missing.

Continuity mistake: When Daffy goes into his dressing room and discovers that it was a Men's Room, the wording "Daffy Duck" on the sign changes size between shots.

Continuity mistake: When Daffy arrives at the theatre, there is a billboard behind him saying "Bijou Presents on Stage Tonight." But he points to the marquee in the next shot, the words have disappeared.

Stage Manager: But Daffy, we bill according to drawing power.
Daffy Duck: Oh, yeah? That rabbit couldn't draw flies if he was covered with syrup. Okay, this performance will prove I'm a star.

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