Lady and the Tramp

Corrected entry: When Lady and Tramp go to the Italian restaurant and Lady is hiding in the shadows, her eyes are green, but once she comes out of the shadows, they're brown again.

Correction: That is most likely because when dogs are in a dark place but there is a faint light their eyes reflect the light making their eyes look green.

emma2009

Corrected entry: This film is supposed to be set during the Victorian era. In the scene where Jim Darling is going out into the cold winter night to get watermelon for Darling, this would not have been possible to obtain in the middle of winter back then. People went to market every day and bought only what was fresh and in season at that time of year.

Correction: Darling had requested several things. He probably didn't see the need to tell her she couldn't have one of her cravings, since he still had to get the rest of the list.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: When Lady is running out of the pet shop after being muzzled, there is a macaw flying out with her. However, when Lady is running towards the exit in the pet shop, there is no sign of the macaw. (00:35:56)

Correction: He could have turned and flown in another direction.

Continuity mistake: Lady is put in her bed and the master leaves the kitchen but he goes back in and puts a newspaper on the floor and leaves again but Lady gets out of her bed so the master comes back once more and puts her back in her bed but the newspaper on the floor has vanished.

More mistakes in Lady and the Tramp

Boris: Ah, but remember, my friends. Even Tramp has his Achilles heel.
Pedro: Pardon me, amigo. What is this chili deal?
Boris: Achilles heel, Pedro. This is meaning his, uh, weaknesses.
Toughy: Oh! Oh, the dames. Yeah.
Bulldog in Pound: He has an eye for a well-turned paw, he has. Let's see, there's been Lulu.
Toughy: Yeah, and Trixie.
Dachsie: Und Fifi.
Pedro: And my sister, Rosita Chiquita Juanita Chihuahua. I think.

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Trivia: Peggy Lee (famous for the song Fever) not only wrote most of the songs in the film, but also voiced the characters Peg the dog, Darling and the two siamese cats.

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