Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Continuity mistake: When the Were-Rabbit jumps through the stained glass, the right ear is pointing to both dragon wings. But when the Reverend is telling his tale, the glass break is is pushed way over and the hand print is now where the ear print should be.

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Continuity mistake: At the start, a plate of cheese comes out from underneath a painting, which Wallace follows, causing him to hit the wall. In that shot, Wallace's bed is very close to the wall, and on the other side there is a white chart displaying different kinds of cheeses. But a few seconds later, as the bed in sent backwards, it's much further away from the wall. Also, the painting is much higher up than before, a machine has appeared underneath it, and the white chart has disappeared.

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Continuity mistake: When Gromit presses the button to deploy the lasso, there is a hood ornament on the car, which rotates 90 degrees as the hood opens. But a moment later when the lasso rises (and for the remainder of the chase) the hood ornament is gone. When the car returns to Wallace's house and shakes off the mud, the ornament is back again.

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Continuity mistake: When the neon carrot sign falls on the hood of the Anti-Pesto van, a big piece of the sign is missing. When the Were-Rabbit bursts through the window of the vegetable shop, the sign now has an even bigger piece missing.

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Continuity mistake: When Gromit opens the damaged door to enter his house, the bottom of the door is bent up substantially. The rest of the door is still on its hinges but the bottom portion still reaches to the floor as normal.

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Continuity mistake: When Gromit opens the passenger side door of the Anti-Pesto van, the window is down. When the Were-Rabbit appears and Gromit drives after it, the passenger side window is now up.

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Continuity mistake: Just after he says, "I'm in the mood for food", Wallace's body disappears completely through the hatch in his bedroom floor, but a moment later is shown stuck halfway through the hatch and in need of "assistance".

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Continuity mistake: The Were-Rabbit drops a sign onto Anti-Pesto's van, which then disappears as Gromit goes to chase the Were-Rabbit.

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Continuity mistake: At the end, Gromit moves from on the ground to up on the BV6000 instantly.

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Continuity mistake: When at the Ladys' house, Wallace scratches his head with his foot, in this shot he has no shoes on. In all other shots he does.

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Continuity mistake: In some shots of Wallace when he is brain washing the rabbit's, one section of the solar panels keeps disappearing and reappearing.

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Continuity mistake: Wallace's' bed keeps moving around the bedroom when he is in bed.

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[Quartermaine's hairpiece has been sucked up in the bunvac.]
Lord Victor Quartermaine: I want...toupee.
Wallace: Oh, yes, of course. We take cheques or cash.
Lord Victor Quartermaine: No, you idiot. My hair is in there.
Wallace: Oh, no, only rabbits in there. I think you'll find the hare is a much larger creature.

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When the Were-Rabbit jumps through the stained glass, the right ear is pointing to both dragon wings. But when the Reverend is telling his tale, the glass break is is pushed way over and the hand print is now where the ear print should be.

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Trivia

In the scene where Wallace fetches the giant rabbit after it has come off the van, Gromit turns on the radio, and we hear a song called "Bright Eyes" from the film 'Watership Down' a film about rabbits.

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