Continuity mistake: When Passepartout and Fogg arrive at The Royal Academy of Science explaining about breaking the speed barrier, Lord Kelvin asks where his authorization is and mocks Fogg while laughing and lowering his right arm. When it cuts, his arm is back up to his stomach.
Continuity mistake: After Phileas and Passepartout escape the art gallery we see them come up through a man-hole cover in the street. We see the girl exit the sewer and then Phileas. Just as he is getting out there is a couple walking past. The camera changes and they have disappeared, and we then see them walk past again.
Continuity mistake: When Passepartout and Fogg come out in their car, with a big propeller in front of it, an inspector stops them. The inspector then pulls the handle which makes the car start off. A strap then pulls the inspector over and you see the strap barely touching his heels. In the next shot you see the strap twined around the inspector's ankle as he is being dragged after the car.
Continuity mistake: When Passepartout accidentally drops the Policeman out the window of the train, he falls to the right, you even hear him go to the right, but when the camera backs out, the train's engine is to the right, according to the way the guy fell, it should have been going the other way.
Continuity mistake: When Passepartout and Fogg are arguing with the ticket seller about the train and Passepartout spots the Asian thugs, there is a shot that shows Passepartout's face and in the background you can see the ticket seller putting his cigarette to his mouth. Then it cuts and Fogg says "What?" and we see the man putting the cigarette in his mouth again.
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