Corrected entry: In the scene where the newsies rip up the papers, the boy in the beginning gets the papers knocked out of his his hands and then kicked in the face but at the end of the scene you see the boy ripping up the papers with the rest of the newsies.
Corrected entry: The music is the same by the Trolley worker's strike and the Newsies Strike (after the first time they sing "Seize the day", when Cruthy gets arrested).
Corrected entry: During the "Two for a Penny" sequence in Carrying the Banner, you can see Crutchy dancing in one of the back rows on the right without his crutch. You can also see him walking without it behind David during the first Sieze the Day when David sings "Arise and seize the day!"
Corrected entry: During "Seize the Day" a couple of the Newsies throw Mush up into the air. If you listen closely you can hear him yell as he's falling, then in the next shot of him (still during Sieze the Day) his knees are bloody from the fall.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Pulitzer and his executives decide to raise the price of papers to the Newsies from 50 cents per 100 to 60 cents per 100, they comment, it's only a 10 percent increase. An increase from 50 to 60 cents is 20 percent, even in the year 1898.
Corrected entry: After the Newsies throw their hats at another Newsie, they sing about different locations in 1899 New York. They mention Grand Central Station, which wasn't built until 1913.
Corrected entry: The scene at the newsie rally (and everything else that's inside Medda's theatre) was shot in the Golden Horseshoe theatre in Frontierland at Disneyland.
Corrected entry: In the "Carrying the Banner" song when they are singing 'we need an earthquake or a war' Jack stumbles(trips) and does not do the moves for that line.
Corrected entry: During "Carrying the Banner (Ain't it a Fine Life)" Crutchy sings, "You smell foul," and then another boy sings, "Met this girl last night," and you can see Crutchy in the background standing outside the bathroom door. In the very next shot, he is washing his face at a sink and he sings, "Ah, move your elbow..."
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