Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

Continuity mistake: When Chip unwraps his present, near the beginning of the film, he rips the red ribbon off twice. (00:01:25)


Continuity mistake: In the opening scene as Cogsworth is collecting food at the buffet, his plate goes from his left hand to his right hand between shots. (00:01:00)

Continuity mistake: When Belle is getting ready to go ice skating, as she walks over to the door she has bare hands but in the next shot as she opens the door she is wearing brown gloves. (00:04:20)


Continuity mistake: During the part where Cogsworth is making it clear that the beast will not let Christmas into the castle Cogsworth steps in glue but in the next shot the glue that was gushing out of the pan is gone and none is on the table.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Cogsworth is making it clear that the beast will not let Christmas into the castle, the chip in Chip's head is on the right side of his head but in the next shot it is on the left side.

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Continuity mistake: During the song 'As Long As There's Christmas', in one shot we see Cogsworth with a tray with six wine glasses on it. Moments later there are now only four on the tray.


Continuity mistake: When Angelique first emerges in the attic and speaks with Lumiere, the amount (number) of baubles 'standing' around her keeps changing, as do their colours.


Lumiere: And you said it was impossible.
Angelique: No, no, no. I said it was impossible without - me.

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Question: How long exactly has Belle been imprisoned in the Beast's castle? Asking because the first movie didn't look like Christmas was being celebrated by anyone.

Answer: It's unknown how long Belle was at the castle. This sequel, The Enchanted Christmas, was made as an afterthought to the original Beauty and the Beast film, and there was no consideration or explanation about how this would fit into the original timeline. This is a stand-alone film, and it is typical of how the more popular Disney animated films, such as The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, etc. have added-on stories that are usually released straight-to-video.


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