Corrected entry: When Draco is struck by Medusa's arrow, he falls onto the arrow's tip which is sticking out the left side of his back. However, when he breaks off the arrow's tail from the front, it is now going straight into his chest, rather than at the angle for it to have come out his left side that we previously had seen.jerimiah
Corrected entry: In the last beach scene you'll see Pegasus flying in. The real horse's footprints are on the beach on a spot where the flying version has not been.
Corrected entry: When the people of Argos learn from Hades that Perseus is a demigod, the soldiers bring him downstairs to question him. He has the line, "I mend nets, not wield a sword." This is improper grammar and appears to be a mistake rather than for the purpose of building his character. He should have said, "I mend nets. I don't wield swords," or "I was meant to mend nets, not wield a sword."
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