Tea for Two Hundred

Tea for Two Hundred (1948)

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Continuity mistake: After Donald has planted the dynamite in the anthill, he stops at an area and puts his fingers in his ears. At this point you can see there is nothing surrounding him, but when the dynamite explodes, there are now some small bushes and rocks around Donald.

Continuity mistake: When the ant jumps into the anthill with an olive, the style of the anthill changes between shots.

Continuity mistake: When the ants have Donald's hat, they throw it over the edge of the cliff. When we see Donald in the river in the next shot, there is no sign of the hat.

Continuity mistake: When Donald is sleeping by the tree, a large group of ants run underneath his body. At this point, you can see there is nothing by Donald's feet, but in the next shot, two stones have appeared.

Continuity mistake: When the ant walks to the end of the cream pie and falls through some cream, you can see there is nothing around the pie. But a little later on, the pie is now surrounded by items from Donald's picnic.

Continuity mistake: When Donald sees an ant carrying a green bean on his back, there is a pepper pot on the picnic blanket. When Donald sees the ant walking on a knife, the pot has gone.

Continuity mistake: When Donald takes the ant carrying the green bean off the knife, he has the knife in his hand. When he puts the ant on the ground, the knife has disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Donald puts down the teapot and cup on the picnic blanket after coming out of his tent, there is nothing in front of him. But after he has put on his napkin, a dish containing a spoon and a plate have suddenly appeared.

Continuity mistake: When Donald comes out of his tent at the beginning, he is holding a coffee pot and a cup and puts them down on the picnic blanket. When we see the blanket after Donald has put on his napkin, the coffee pot and cup have disappeared.

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