Oliver and Company

Audio problem: When Fagin is on the shipyard dock getting ready to tell Sykes his debt repayment plan, he walks over to the door and reaches for an intercom buzzer. Fagin never actually presses a button, but somehow the buzzer goes off right before Sykes is heard on the loudspeaker. Instead, he simply touches a random spot on the door and a buzzer sounds in response. (00:50:55)

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Audio problem: In the shot where Dodger dissolves his partnership with Oliver and jumps into a large concrete pipe which gets hoisted into the air, Oliver shouts "But wait," but his mouth makes no movement at all. (00:09:05)

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Continuity mistake: During the "Why Should I Worry" song, Dodger goes with his "scarf" of sausages through a basin full of wet cement. Logically the cement should be stuck on the sausages, though that does not appear to happen, even though the sausages went through the cement. There is cement on his paws, though, that he needs to wash off.

Tricky
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Dodger: Absitively posolutely.

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Trivia: Although the film was a box-office success, it was not released on video until 1996.

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