Space Jam

Other mistake: In the auditorium where all the cartoon characters are assembled, there are two Sylvesters (the black and white cat who was always trying to get Tweety). There's one sitting in the front row, Tweety behind him, and another Sylvester behind Tweety. It's seen right after the blue alien says, "No foolin'."

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Suggested correction: That would be Sylvester Jr. He is the son of Sylvester and created in 1950.

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Other mistake: Near the end of the closing credits, when the Warner Bros. Copyright appears, you'll see the very first word "All" spelled incorrectly as "Al" in "All material is protected by Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries throughout the world." (01:26:40)

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Other mistake: The Phoenix Suns/New York Knicks game (with the Knicks as the home team) is being played at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.

Other mistake: When Bang (the green Monstar) calls Michael Jordan Baldy, he's standing to Michael's left. But, when Michael looks up and says Baldy, he's looking to his right, not at the one who said it.

Other mistake: In the movie the planet that the aliens live on is called Moron Mountain but on the scene selection screen, it says Moon Mountain.

Revealing mistake: When Stan falls into the dug-out at the baseball game you can clearly see the crash mat that he lands on.

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Stan Podalak: Let me help! Let me help! I can help! I can help!
Michael Jordan: What can you do?
Stan Podalak: Well, I may not be very tall, but... I'm slow.
Sylvester: And large.
Daffy Duck: And a dork.

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Suggested correction: Both of these people were also credited in the film for their appearance, so this wouldn't be trivia.

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Question: What is meant by the film's MPAA rating which states, rated PG for "mild cartoon language"?

Answer: Some parents might not be comfortable with the language the cartoon characters use, as some of what they say is akin to swearing.

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