Alice in Wonderland
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Continuity mistake: When Alice shrinks after being huge in the forest, you can see both pieces of mushroom in her hands, untouched, although she has taken a bite out of both pieces. (00:36:40)

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Continuity mistake: When Alice returns to the caterpillar and he says "keep your temper" he is coloured opposite to how he normally looks, with a dark blue front and light blue back. (00:34:15)

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Continuity mistake: When the King smashes the Queen's crown with a hammer, it has 5 half-arches. A shot later it has 6.

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Continuity mistake: When Alice eats the cookie in the rabbit's place her foot grows huge along the stairs, down to the entrance and out to the garden without knocking a single object except the poor rabbit. When the angle changes to a shot outside the house suddenly all of the furniture has magically appeared out of nowhere next to the shoe.

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Continuity mistake: While sitting on the branch Alice's cat suddenly disappears only to reappear in the following shot. A shot later, Alice sits down and she reaches for the cat who is at arm's length.

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Continuity mistake: When being a giant inside the house, Alice extends her arms and they're quite short. A couple of shots later she remains the same size but her arms are now 5 times longer to allow for her to open the windows on the front. This has nothing to do with the magical cookies.

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Continuity mistake: When Alice shrinks after being huge in the forest, you can see both pieces of mushroom in her hands, untouched, although she has taken a bite out of both pieces. (00:36:40)

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Mad Hatter: What's the matter my dear, don't you care for tea?
Alice: Why, yes. I'm very fond of tea.
March Hare: If you don't care for tea, you could at least make polite conversation.

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Trivia: This film has more songs and speaking characters than any other Disney film.

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Question: In the scene when the Mad Hatter is "fixing" the rabbit's watch, the Hatter exclaims "It was!" before the rabbit states that the watch was an unbirthday present. Is this on purpose? Or an editing mistake?

Answer: Actually, the White Rabbit sees his damaged watch, says "Oh! My watch". THEN the Mad Hatter says "It was!", then the White Rabbit says that it was an unbirthday gift. So the exchange of dialogue makes sense.

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