Corrected entry: When the man with broken nose is wheeled along on the trolley, it is very clear that there is nothing underneath the trolley. Yet it turns out that the tiger was underneath there.
Corrected entry: In the scene where John is talking to the tiger at the circus, a two-headed llama walks by. If you look closely, you can see a wire holding up the second head.
Corrected entry: After John's daughter has gone back to bed after using the bathroom, the doorbell rings and in walk the sheep. How did the sheep reach the doorbell to ring it, and why didn't the wife get suspicious after hearing the doorbell ring for the second time? Surely she could hear all the noise the animals were making?
Corrected entry: Just before the scene when Dr. Dolittle is giving medical information to the animals that visit his home, about halfway through the movie, the doorbell rings and Eddie Murphy goes to answer it. It's at night, so he goes into the hallway and visibly turns on the light in the hall, which comes on, but there is no light switch on the wall.
Corrected entry: In some scenes it is quite obvious that the Guinea Pig used is a girl, while Rodney is obviously supposed to be a boy. It is especially noticeable in scenes when it is standing on its hind legs.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Lucky and John go to the veterinarian, the vet says he must translate what the dog is saying and the dog tells John something like, "What's to translate?" Yet when the doctor is giving the options for retrieving his thermometer, the dog asks John to tell him what the vet is saying.