Easter Yeggs

Easter Yeggs (1947)

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Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd goes red in the face when he is with Bugs Bunny in the boat, the water that was coming out of the "Tunnel of Love" only a few seconds earlier has completely disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs Bunny paints Elmer Fudd's head towards the end of the cartoon, you can see that the label on the paint tin says "Easter Egg Paint" but when Bugs calls the kid, the label now reads "Special Paint."

Continuity mistake: When Bugs Bunny opens the blue door on one of the houses towards the end of the cartoon, you can see that the door knocker is completely made of metal but when Bugs opens the door in the next shot, there is now a hole in it.

Continuity mistake: When the Easter Bunny is hiding behind the tree, you can see there is nothing on the tree next to it but in the next shot a rope appears out of nowhere.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd is filling up the trap with water, the handle of the trowel in the dirt next to him is initially coloured brown but changes to green in the next shot.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs Bunny falls into the trap that Elmer Fudd prepared for him, you can see that the lump of dirt next to the hole has nothing in it, but when Elmer fills up the hole with water in the next shot, a trowel has suddenly appeared.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer Fudd tells us of his plan to capture Bugs Bunny at his home, you can see the front door has nothing on it, but when Bugs enters the house, a door handle has appeared.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs Bunny is being spun around by the little kid at the Dead End Kid's house, the kid stops and you can see there is a picture behind Bugs, but when Bugs says "How did I get into this mess?" in the next shot, the picture has disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Bugs Bunny arrives at the "Dead End Kid's" house, you can see there is nothing in the window, but when he comes to the door in the next shot, a grey object suddenly appears.

Audio problem: When Bugs says to the kid, "Cut it out, kid! Somebody will get hurt!", his mouth doesn't move.

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