Continuity mistake: Captain Amelia is injured as the laser ball strikes the longboat that she, Jim and Dr. Doppler are escaping in. At first it appears her injury is quite serious and causing her a lot of discomfort. But when the pirates capture her and Dr. Doppler, and in the scenes where the pair of them are tied up, Amelia appears to be fine. But when the crew are escaping the exploding Treasure Planet, Amelia is clutching her ribs and is obviously unable to drive her ship, seeing as Dr. Doppler is doing so. And when Jim has saved everyone and the crew are congratulating him, Amelia is fine again.
Add timeBlue Phoenix
Continuity mistake: In the center of the planet, there is a scene in which Jim is helplessly hanging on a wall and Silver holds on the ship full of Flint's treasures. In the wide shot John Silver and Jim Hawkins are far away from each other, in the next close up the can almost touch each other, and in the next wide shot, they are far away again.
Add timeChristoph Galuschka
Continuity mistake: When Jim, Doppler and Amelia are in the longboat and it is hit by a laser ball, you see Amelia clutch her left arm where she is injured. Next, with both hands, Amelia steers the boat. When on land she starts to step forward but grabs her ribs (seemingly in pain) with her right hand and falls, bracing herself with her left hand. Her left arm was later in a sling. Where exactly WAS she hurt?
Continuity mistake: In the lens of the spyglass, Jim climbs out of the barrel, and two things happen after this: One, the spyglass moves from being close to the corner of the table (about 1 1/2 inches) to several inches away before Jim hits it with his hand.And two: As Silver confronts Jim in the galley, Jim backs away, and there's a shot of the table where the spyglass has completely disappeared, and a plate, cup and some type of pliers appear.
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