Corrected entry: When Bolt and Mittens are about to stow away in the U-Haul Truck, the thinner guy loads up the truck and locks the back door. Before the door is closed, you can hear the truck's engine start. When the camera changes, the thin guy is in the driver's seat. The thin guy had the keys all along. So how did the truck start if he wasn't even in the driver's seat yet?Skyline97
Corrected entry: The opening scene portrays Bolt in his world (or at least how he perceives it as a true-believing method actor). Nonetheless, it is virtually impossible to shoot a television episode in such a manner where everyone and everything hits their marks on the first try.
Corrected entry: When Bolt and Mittens jump out of the truck, Bolt starts bleeding and asks, "What is this red liquid coming from my paw?" Dogs are supposed to be colour blind.
Corrected entry: Bolt's lighting pattern changes throughout the movie. As he get dirtier, the pattern goes almost invisible, but later during the movie you can see the pattern is back.
Corrected entry: When Bolt is talking to the pigeons in New York, a bus bearing a "Bolt" ad pulls up. Seconds later, after the bus leaves, another bus with a "Bolt" ad pulls up. However, in the very next shot, (a wide shot showing Bolt and the pigeons) the bus is gone.
Corrected entry: A man hears barking coming from a shipping carton. He takes a knife and slices the tape that goes across the top of the box. He then opens the two flaps of the box with no problem, even though he had not cut the tape that went over the edges of the box.
Corrected entry: How is it that Bolt has never felt hunger before in his entire life? It's not the severity of the hunger that he doesn't understand. When he gets hungry while he is with Mittens, he makes it clear that he has no idea what the sensation is.
Corrected entry: A tank of helium gets lit on fire and explodes at a shelter in the movie. Helium is one of the noble gases and thus is not flammable.
Corrected entry: During the credits, a pair of dice is shown. One die has the four and two on adjacent sides. On a real die, any two numbers adding up to six would be on opposite sides.