Corrected entry: In Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, Disney decided to paint a picturesque setting of Ancient Greek mythology. When Fantasia's host, Dean Taylor, introduces the piece, he uses all Greek names except for the God of wine, which in Greek, is Dionysos. The name Taylor uses is Bacchus, the Latin translation. Also, they depicted "Bacchus" incorrectly. The God Silenus was always pictured as drunk and riding a donkey, as "Bacchus" was in Fantasia.
Corrected entry: In the centaur scene where the girls are prettying themselves up for the boys, none of the girls have nipples...yet in the last scene of the movie depicting hell, the demons that fly up at the screen have nipples. Perhaps they didn't think anyone would be offended if nipples were only showed for a brief second.
Corrected entry: The movie shows a battle between Allosaurus and Stegosaurus, two dinosaurs that lived in the Jurassic period. Yet many other dinosaurs in this scene, including Triceratops, a Hadrosaur, and a Parasaurolophus, only lived in the Cretaceous period.
Corrected entry: During the Pastoral, the part with the winged horses, when they're going to the water, the little ones keep changing colours, right after the dive. It isn't because they're playing in a rainbow, as that doesn't appear until the very end of the Pastoral segment. The winged horses change colors at the beginning.