Continuity mistake: When the evil king's female assistant is "turned into" Odette, and Prince Derek is dancing with her near the end, he puts the locket on her. The chain goes around her hair, and in the next shot, it's under her hair. They were dancing the whole time, so how could she or Derek have pulled her hair out of the chain?
Continuity mistake: When Uberta is telling Derek about the ball, she is standing by a large door. When she says that the ball is only a few friends and their daughters, she is standing right next to the door. When she turns around to tell the short footman that she wants the ball to be big, she and the footman are instantly farther down the hall and not beside the door as in the previous shot.
Continuity mistake: In the scene at Derek's library, when Queen Uberta comes to remind Derek of the ball, she is holding letters in her left hand. When Derek tells her he can't go, her lips start quivering and she puts both her hands up to her mouth without the letters in either of the hands. In the next shot, however, the letters reappear.
Continuity mistake: When Rothbart is doing his musical number, there are three girls from a fountain statue that are magic-ed to life to be his background dancers. In the first few moments of the song they are in statue form on a pedestal rising from the dry fountain. Moments later, Rothbart casts a spell so that the crumbling room looks new, and their pedestal is empty. Then, around the end of the first verse, he goes to bring them to life, and they're back on the pedestal, still stone.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Uberta is scolding Derek for shooting arrows into the drawing of Odette, the number of arrows stuck in the drawing changes between shots. In the wide shot, the drawing of Odette has three arrows in it. Derek shoots another arrow in it, making it four. In the close up of the drawing, only two arrows are seen, and then three, as Derek shoots another arrow in.
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