Stuart Little

Continuity mistake: While in Central Park, Snowbell the cat loses his collar and is seen falling into a lake. However, before Snowbell returns home he is again wearing the collar.

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Continuity mistake: In the first shot before the boat race begins, Geena Davis is wearing a hat. Throughout the rest of the boat race scene, she isn't wearing the hat.

Continuity mistake: In the boat race scene, before the bully crushes the first boat, you can see his 'henchman' next to him, even on a close up. After the boat gets run over, the kid changes into one with a yellow shirt saying, "Hey you can't do that!" After the bully says, "I just did," he nods over the same 'henchman' that was there before, to shove the kid out of the way.

Continuity mistake: When the Littles have their first meal together, when it shows a close up of Stuart looking at the gravy bowl, his milk has completely vanished.

Factual error: When the police arrive at the Little house to take the "missing person" report, their car has a blue light on top. Police in New York display red lights.

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Snowbell: Didn't your mother warn you that you shouldn't go out into Central Park at night?
Smokey: My mother was the reason you shouldn't go out into Central Park at night.

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Question: How come the humans can understand mice and birds, but not cats?

MikeH

Answer: Since there no scenes of cats trying to communicate with humans, we don't actually know if humans can understand them or not. It may be that cats can communicate with humans, but simply choose not to.

Answer: Because it's a movie when talking animals is possible but not all animals can talk to humans.

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