Revealing mistake: When they are at the Nutmar camp in the mountains, Val Kilmer tells Willow "Get on that shield!" but when they go over a 6, 7, 8 foot drop when they are sledding down the snow, you can clearly see runners on the shield.

Revealing mistake: Every once in a while Alora Dannon's hair stays put when she moves her head (fake hair attached to her bonnet!).

Revealing mistake: When Willow and Madmartigan are cornered in the ruined castle, the general with the skull helmet gets Alora and rides from the battle with her. In several shots it is very obvious that he is holding an empty blanket.

Revealing mistake: When they are escaping in the wagon and the last warrior falls off you can see the wagon's tracks as well as the thicker truck's tire tracks pulling the wagon. (00:50:20)

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Revealing mistake: In the scene when Madmartigan (dressed as a woman) and Willow are being chased in the cart, they jump over a log laying across the road. One of the horse's feet lands on the log, and it squishes, like it was a hollow rubber or plastic log.

Revealing mistake: When Madmartigan is in the cage, Willow tries to stop a horse rider from riding past. The path the rider travels on looks the same in both directions. (00:30:05)


Revealing mistake: When Bavmorda and Raziel struggle for control over Sherlindrea's wand (up in the tower Ceremonial Room), lightning bolt shoot out of the wand's tip, and a monolith (among other things) is blasted. The monolith looks like it has been pieced together from cast plastic parts; the fragments' edges are too smooth.

Revealing mistake: When Cherlindrea starts levitating Elora into Willow's arms (the distanced shot, not the one where Willow takes her), you can, if faintly, see the two wires by which the bundle was pulled up.

Revealing mistake: During a battle at the castle where a troll turns into a huge 2-headed monster, Willow charges with a sword. However, the sword wobbles; it's a rubber sword.

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