Mickey's Trailer

Continuity mistake: When Goofy realises that nobody is driving the car, he is wearing a napkin. When he jumps into the car, the napkin has disappeared, and when he says "The worst is over!" the napkin is back around his neck again.

Continuity mistake: When Donald asks Goofy who's driving during the lunch scene, Goofy says he is and you can see the plate in front of him has popcorn on it. When Goofy sees that there is nobody driving the car, we return to the trio and the plate in front of Goofy is empty.

Continuity mistake: During the lunch scene, there is a bowl in front of Goofy on the table that changes colour from blue to red between shots.

Continuity mistake: When Goofy realises that the potato he picked up went missing, he is holding a knife and fork in his hands. In the next shot, both items have disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Donald is in the bath, the stripes on his T-shirt are purple. Later on, they change colour to blue.

Continuity mistake: Inside the kitchen of the trailer, there is a sink and a tap on the wall. When Mickey gets some milk from the cow, the tap and the sink are missing.

Continuity mistake: When Mickey is in the kitchen in the trailer, he is wearing a chef's hat on his head. When see him collecting water in the bucket, the hat has disappeared, and when he is back in the trailer, he is wearing his hat again.

Continuity mistake: Before Mickey takes the bucket and leans out of the window to get some water, the lid of the coffee pot is closed. But after he has collected some water, the lid of the pot is now open.

Continuity mistake: When we see the house transforming itself into a trailer, you can see that two islands in the background scenery have nothing on them. When Goofy comes out in his car, there are now palm trees on the islands.

Continuity mistake: When Mickey opens the door at the beginning of the cartoon, the lever next to it is pointing to the right. But in the next shot, the lever is now pointing to the left as Mickey pulls it to the right.

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