Homeward Bound

Corrected entry: Throughout the film, Chance is referred to as a 'pup' namely by Shadow, when he's actually fully grown and around the same height as Shadow.


Correction: Shadow isn't saying Chance is actually a puppy. Chance is just called a "pup" because he's immature like a puppy. It's the same as referring to a young adult as "kid."


Corrected entry: After the three pets' family drives into the pound singing a song, you can hear someone saying 'Okay, we got it.' Voice of the director ending the scene?

Correction: Actually what happens is: one of the dogs, Chance, is gloating about escaping from the pound. The cat asks, "What about me?", the dog replies "Oh yeah, Sassy the supercat.", to which Sassy laughs and replies, "You got it."

Continuity mistake: Following Chance's run-in with the porcupine: Right after Animal Control pulled the needles out of his face/snout, he was visibly wounded, with giant red makings which appear on the right side of his face. Then, while the 3 pets are looking down at their hometown which they just realised is only a little distance from where they are (Sassy had just pointed this out to the dogs), those red wounds are now on the left side of Chance's face. Then, by the end of movie the same markings mysteriously disappear and are completely gone in the final scene.


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Chance: Cats are smarter than dogs, huh? Right. She doesn't even know the meaning of the word, "stay."

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Trivia: When Chance jumps out of the car, he bangs the youngest child's head on the door hard enough to make the camera pan off him pretty fast.

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