This Is a Life?

This Is a Life? (1955)

9 mistakes

Continuity mistake: When Daffy is horrified to see Bugs' name on Elmer's red book and not his, the words "Bugs Bunny" are on the front, although when Daffy took the book from under Elmer's arm, the front was completely empty.

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Continuity mistake: When the camera pans in on the audience after Elmer introduces the show, you can see a man wearing a blue suit and red bow-tie sitting in the seat next to Granny. When Daffy complains to Granny about Bugs being the guest of honour and not him, the seat next to her is now empty.

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Continuity mistake: When Bugs takes the gift from Elmer at the end of the show, you can see a settee behind him, but when we see a close-up of Bugs in the next shot, the settee is missing.

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Continuity mistake: When Elmer takes Bugs to the stage to begin the show, you can see Elmer has nothing in his hand. But when Elmer asks Bugs if he's really surprised, he is now holding his red book.

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Continuity mistake: When Elmer says "Tell us about your life, Bugs", you can see that Bugs has his hands on his knees, but in the next shot his hands are clasped together.

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Audio problem: When Granny says "It is" before hitting Daffy over the head with her umbrella, her mouth doesn't move.

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Continuity mistake: When Daffy asks Elmer to read out his name on the red book, you can see that he is holding the book with his hands facing him, but in the next shot he is holding the book with his thumbs in front of him.

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Audio problem: When Daffy says "Easy does it" when he slumps in his chair, his beak doesn't move.

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Continuity mistake: When the camera pans in on the audience at the start of the show, you can see that Granny is sitting next to Bugs and Daffy, but after a quick cut to Elmer, we return to Bugs and Daffy, and Granny has disappeared.

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