Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie
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Other mistake: When the Pirates are arrested in Nineveh, another soldier walks up to Jonah and knocks him out with a fish. When this happens, Jonah is wearing the Cheese Curl hat. When he comes to on the Slap of No Return, he is wearing his turban again. Would the soldiers change his hat?

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Factual error: After the VW van hits the tree stump, steam is coming from the front of the vehicle. Those vehicles have the engine in the rear.

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Factual error: When the VW Van crashes, airbags pop out. This vehicle was built way before airbags were being put in cars. And no airbag would be that big and wouldn't stay inflated. Those airbags on everyday vehicles are meant to be inflated and deflated quickly.

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Continuity mistake: Pa Grape has gold rings on his moustache. When Jonah and the three pirates have just entered Nineveh and are talking amongst themselves, from shot to shot his rings change from gold to black and back again.

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Audio problem: During the Second Chances song, when the 1st female singer sings the words "Second chances!" her voice is that of the 2nd female singer.

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Hunter Sullivan

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In the biblical book of Jonah, there is actually no whale that swallowed Jonah. The "whale" is a mistranslation of the Hebrew word for a big fish by the translators of the King James Version. Because of the prominence, respectability, and the wide distribution (it is in the public domain in the U.S., but not in the U.K.) of the King James translation over modern translations like the New International Version, the "whale" is what most Bible readers think of the sea creature that swallowed Jonah.

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