The Wizard of Oz

Continuity mistake: When the Scarecrow is singing, "If Only I Had A Brain", when he goes up into the air, you can clearly see the wires that are holding him up. This is not in the actual film, but on one of the DVD deleted scenes.

Continuity mistake: When Dorothy and the Scarecrow find the Tin man and oil his mouth, between shots the leaves on the Tinman's shoulders change.

Revealing mistake: When the doorman initially refuses to let Dorothy and friends into the Emerald City, they protest, saying the Good Witch of the North sent her; they show him the ruby slippers as proof. As the camera pans down to the slippers, look at the yellow brick road Dorothy is standing on - it is flat and looks as though it was simply painted.

JustJudy

Revealing mistake: In the forest scene when they walk up to the warning sign, watch and you'll see the Scarecrow's stick bend like rubber.

Revealing mistake: When the Wicked Witch throws the ball of fire at the Scarecrow, you see the Tin Man get down on his knees and take off his hat to put out the fire. If you look really closely, you can see several hairs on the Tin Man's head.

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