Yankee Dood It

Yankee Dood It (1956)

8 mistakes

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Continuity mistake: When the shoemaker comes out of his workshop and tells Sylvester to stop interfering, the shoemaker's eyebrows disappear briefly.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd appears at the shoemaker's new business office, you can see there is a fountain pen on the desk. When the shoemaker pulls out all the orders in his filing cabinet to show Elmer, the fountain pen has gone.

Continuity mistake: There is nothing on the far end of the table when Elmer Fudd arrives at the shoemaker's shop, but when Elmer takes out his magic wand, a blue book appears.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd appears at the shoemaker's shop and lands on the table, the metal paper holder behind him changes position between shots.

Continuity mistake: When the shoemaker tells the elf how he can run his business without elves, the paperwork behind the elf changes position between shots.

Continuity mistake: When the shoemaker swats the elf, he has a fly swatter in his right hand. When the elf tells the shoemaker that he has been sent to take all the elves back, we return to the shoemaker and he is no longer holding the fly swatter.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd says "Shoemaker? What shoemaker?" he drops his roll call list on the ground. When Elmer says "What?" and his crown falls off his head, the roll call list has gone.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd realises that some of the elves are missing, his elf helper steps forward and you can see behind him are the other elves. When Elmer says "What shoemaker?" we return to the elf and the other elves who were behind him have disappeared.

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