Stuart Little

Stuart Little (1999)

4 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: Stuart is a resident of the orphanage, but he doesn't wear the same uniform/clothes as the other children living there. (00:02:47)

Correction: The people who own the orphanage probably didn't want to bother making a uniform for a mouse.

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Corrected entry: When George first shows Stuart the toy car, he is driving it by remote. Throughout the rest of the movie Stuart can drive it like a real car (without the use of a remote).

Correction: One would assume that this car can be used both ways - unusual, but not a mistake.

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Corrected entry: When they are in the toy store, Stuart tries on a "Ben" suit that has a hole for his tail. How did the hole get there? I don't think pants are generally manufactured with holes in the bum area.

Correction: The clothes were built for mice.

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Corrected entry: When stuart is in the washing machine it completely fills up to the top - washing machines only fill up with water 1-3 inches high. When the mother goes to open the door and get him out it opens straight away. This isn't possible, washing machines never open during a cycle.

Correction: Not true, a washing machine would simply stop running if the door was opened.

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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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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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