Corrected entry: When Mulan and the other girls go to see the matchmaker they are all wearing kimonos. A kimono is a traditional Japanese 'dress' composed of a lot of fabric and accessories including an obi whereas the Chinese would were a cheongsam which is a very simple 'dress' made of a minimal amount of fabric and no accessories.
Corrected entry: When Shan Yu holds the doll and says "We should return it to her", his lips don't match his dialogue.
Corrected entry: You can see the whites in the eyes of nearly every horse in the movie, but in real life you can't see the whites in horses' eyes at all.
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie, when the ancestors are having a party, the sunglasses on the cricket appear out of nowhere.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Mushu breaks the Great Stone Dragon, he hits the statue with his banger thing, breaks off an ear, then he hears the crumbling sound of rock cracking, next the camera shows us a wide shot of the statue crumbling, in that scene the statue crumbles from the bottom up when Mushu had obviously hit it from the top, so the top portion should crumble into hundred of pieces not the bottom.Disney-Freak
Corrected entry: Whilst singing "I'll make a man out of you", the soldiers have to jump on sort of stepping stone things which look about a metre apart from one another. When Chim Po sings the line, "Boy, do I wish I knew how to swim", he stops and the other soldiers are right behind him. If you look closely you will see that a number of them are standing in thin air.
Corrected entry: As the Captain is about to enter the medical tent to see 'Ping' a flag is noticeable on the side. It is Japan's flag, not China's.
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