Corrected entry: During the scene where the civil war guys are fighting, if you look at Sacajawea in the background, she is just a statue.
Corrected entry: The Roman leader depicted in the Ancient Rome display is Octavius. The Coliseum, which is also featured in the display, was built more than sixty years after his death.
Corrected entry: There are two objects which are "remains" of something that was actually alive: Rexy the T-Rex skeleton and King Ahkmenrah. If during night time King Ahkmenrah gets his body back to its original state, why is it that the Tyrannosaurus does not, and is instead running around as a skeleton?
Corrected entry: Attila the Hun needs Ahkmenrah as a translator since he cannot communicate in English. Yet he understands Larry's untranslated talk about Attila's childhood and even bursts into tears.
Corrected entry: During the second night one of the three cavemen gets trapped outside and turns to dust. But the following night, all three cavemen are back.
Corrected entry: If the Civil War soldier feels pain on the first night when he is stabbed and stuffing comes out, then why doesn't Teddy Roosevelt feel pain on the last night when he is ripped in half by the carriage?
Corrected entry: The director chose to have one character in the movie that was dead, not a mannequin. If everyone is actually a mannequin except for the Egyptian prince wouldn't he only come to life (not come to life and be repaired by getting all his skin and organs back)? I know the magic does not "repair" him back to the way he was because the bandages he ripped himself off were still old and decrepit.
Corrected entry: When Larry loses his keys to the monkey he tries to grab the instructions with his foot. During this shot there are masks behind him that are not alive when everything else already is.
Corrected entry: Throughout the film many valuable things are not behind anything to protect them, for instance, the tablet of Achmenrah, the Easter Island head, the Civil War costumes, and the dinosaur skeleton. Even if these are just replicas then why is Sacajawea (a worthless mannequin) behind glass?
Corrected entry: When the air is escaping from the tire, the wind blows away some of the people. Jedediah is closer to the rushing air but his hat doesn't even get knocked loose.