Digimon: The Movie

Corrected entry: In the first segment of the movie, Kari is about two or three years old. And yet she has an almost perfect vocabulary.

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Correction: The movie is set 4 years before the first adventure, where Kari was 8 or 9. So she's 4 or 5 and not 2 or 3, which is a big difference.


Corrected entry: During the battle between Greymon and Kabuterimon and Infermon, each Digimon Digivolves several times, but there is no electrical surge.

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Correction: In the first segment, when the Botamon digivolved several times, there was an electrical surge. But because Greymon, Kabuterimon, and Infermon were all in a computer, there was no reason for a electrical surge.

Corrected entry: When Tai calls Joe, he says, "He's the only kid I know who volunteers for summer school," indicating that it's Summer. But there's a calender on the wall that says March.

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Correction: He could have been refering to previous summers, or it's possible that he volunteered for summer school really early in the year, showing eagerness.

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Corrected entry: MAJOR plot hole. Willis clearly has one of the orginial digivices - which means he can't use digiarmor to make Terriormom digivolve with the Golden Armor. And yet he does. If this COULD happen, then the entire second season would have been completely and utterly pointless.

Correction: Will did not use the digivice since he had the armor right there. But also the new digivices only hold onto the eggs.

Deliberate mistake: Some of the text in this movie is in English, but some is in Japanese. Most noticeable when Tai writes the letter to Sora.

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More mistakes in Digimon: The Movie

Izzy: Do you know what a semi-conducter is?
Tai: A guy who works part-time on a train?
Izzy: Never mind.

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Trivia: Fans will know that Kari's crest is light. It just so happens that Kari's name is derived from Hikari, the Japanese word for light.

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Question: How did the phone booths, the trolley, and the vending machines end up in the digiworld?

Answer: This happened in the TV show. We are never told as to how they got there but in the last episode Gennai asks them if they could return the streetcar to San Francisco for him. So my guess is that people like Gennai left the items there.

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