Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie

Corrected entry: The motivational speaking tape that Khaliel is listening to seems to start and stop on its own, without Khaliel controlling it.

Correction: Again, in the movie's world tomatoes and other fruits talk and move around, I don't think it's unreasonable for a tape to start on it's own.

Corrected entry: When Jonah is walking the plank, he is not wearing a bathing cap. However, in the next shot (when he's in the water), he is.

Correction: Jonah is wearing the cap on the plank before he jumps into the water.

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Quotes

Mr. Nezzer: Are you guys still doing that "pirate" thing?
Mr. Lunt: Argh! Watch your tongue, matey! Or we'll... what'll we do?
Larry: Nothing. We're the Pirates Who Don't Do Anything.
Mr. Lunt: Oh. Argh! You got off easy today.

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Mistakes

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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Trivia

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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