Corpse Bride

Deliberate mistake: During the dance number in the Dead Bar, the blue pirate has a sword stuck through him with the handle in the front, later it changes to the back, then to the front again. Seen when the groom falls back and grabs the handle, then picks the pirate up and drops him.

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Deliberate mistake: During the fight scene, the Lord takes an overhead slice at Victor with his sword. Victor catches the blade in the tines of the fork. However, if you look closely, the sword is moves from between the the first and second tine to between the second and third tine.

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Barkis Bittern: Can a heart still break once it's stopped beating?

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Mistakes

In the fight between Barkis and Victor in the church, Victor slashes at Barkis with the fork and leaves 3 very noticable tears in Barkis' jacket. These tears aren't seen in any of the subsequent shots.

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Trivia

There is a very popular picture advertising this film that shows Emily and Victor reaching their hands toward one another. If you notice, in that particular picture, Emily's bony hand is on her right and Victor's suit and vest are backwards (note its buttons). Some say it was for legal reasons - that Johnny Depp's name was supposed to appear on the poster first because of a contract, and they wanted the characters under the corresponding names, hence the issue. Others say that it was because the picture simply looked better with the bride on the right side. Whatever it is, it's still a very interesting fact about the film.

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