The Fox and the Hound
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Continuity mistake: Chief is tied to his kennel around the collar. But when Copper cuddles up to him for the first time, the rope tied to his collar disappears for a shot. (00:10:35)

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Continuity mistake: When Chief is chasing Tod through the forest, Chief still has his barrel attached to his collar, yet when it cuts back to Copper both barrels are there. (00:24:00 - 00:25:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Tod goes up to Chief saying what big teeth he's got, Chief's teeth are perfectly white. Then later when Chief is chasing Tod, his teeth are a noticeable yellow. (00:22:30 - 00:23:45)

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Continuity mistake: In one scene, Tod runs near Copper's barrel and calls "Copper!" In the wide shot of him calling, there is no red water bowl near Copper's barrel, but in the closeup the water bowl appears. (00:19:45)

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Continuity mistake: Chief's red water bowl goes from being in front of, to by the side of his kennel when Copper is introduced to him. (00:09:35 - 00:11:05)

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Continuity mistake: When Widow Tweed first finds Tod, she pulls the pink trousers off of him, and leaves them on the ground. Then when she takes Tod and walks towards her house, the trousers have gone. (00:08:30)

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Continuity mistake: The hole Boomer makes in the front door disappears when Widow Tweed finds and brings Tod into her home. (00:07:45 - 00:08:50)

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Continuity mistake: The number of markings on Boomer's chest changes frequently. (00:06:30)

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Continuity mistake: As Copper enters his kennel in one scene, there is a hole in the barrel, for where the rope is tied, to make sure the dogs can't run off. In one shot the hole is there, then disappears, then reappears once again. (00:19:20)

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Continuity mistake: After Dinky tells Big Mama and Boomer his idea, when Boomer flies over to Widow Tweed's house to knock on the front door, the water pump is beside the tree at the left side of the house, but when Widow Tweed opens the door and hurries over to the "pesky" birds, the water pump is now at the right side of the house. It continues to change its position in front of the house in following shots. (00:07:50)

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Continuity mistake: At the front of Widow Tweed's house there are two z-style board and batten cellar doors. From the first closeup of the house to the last, the direction of the z panels repeatedly change. For example, after Boomer knocks on Tweed's door, when she comes out and sees the birds carrying away her laundry, note the direction of the z panels, because when she rushes down the steps one of the z panels is now facing the opposite way. (00:07:55)

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Continuity mistake: After Tod accidentally causes mischief in the barn with Abigail and the chickens, Widow Tweed picks Tod up and we see the barn doors with its double-z panels, but when Tweed puts Tod down and he scampers outside, those double-z panels are facing the opposite way. (00:13:25)

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Continuity mistake: While Tod visits Copper, who's all tied up, when Tod starts walking over to the big snoring dog we see the rope on Chief's barrel, but as Copper warns him that Chief is cranky the rope has vanished, though it reappears in the next shot. (00:23:10)

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Continuity mistake: The buttons on Amos Slade's shirt repeatedly change sides between shots throughout the movie. One example is while Copper and Tod are swimming, when Amos tells Chief that Copper has strayed off again, the buttons on Slade's shirt go from being on the left to being on the right, then back to the left again. (00:21:50)

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