Aladdin and the King of Thieves

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Jasmine is about to walk down the isle for the first time, birds fly down with a white carpet. In the shot where Jasmine walks down the isle, the carpet is gone.

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Continuity mistake: During the entire movie the yellow stripe on the guards hats change. Sometimes they reach just to the rim, and other times to the very bottom of the hat.

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Continuity mistake: When the 40 thieves attack and ruin the wedding and Aladdin is fighting the King of thieves, they are standing on a design in the center of the floor. Then when the elephant barges in the design is gone, and there is a red rug running down the center. When the elephant leaves, the rug is gone and two stripes are running down the middle. Then when Jasmine comes in and looks at the gifts the design is back again.

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Continuity mistake: When the oracle shows Aladdin the floating picture of his father you can see his pin on his robe with the Hand of Midas on it. When they zoom out, the pin is gone.

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Continuity mistake: In the 40 thieves' lair, you can see Sa'luk smash the table in half with anger. However, when Cassim is pacing and suggests that Aladdin takes the challenge, the table is gone.

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Other mistake: While Iago talks to the Oracle, when he flies towards her, he's seen not flapping his wings; he's just floating.

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Continuity mistake: When the movie starts, merchants enter the city and no guard is seen. Then he suddenly appears but has a thin moustache, then in the next angle he's grown a thick beard.

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Other mistake: In the first Aladdin, the Genie was set free and you see his gold cuffs broken as a sign. However, he is still wearing them in this movie as if he is still "imprisoned."

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Suggested correction: In the TV series, Genie says "I'll always be a slave... to style." He likes the look so he keeps them around.

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