Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III

Continuity mistake: When the Turtles are climbing the wall to get into the garbage-chute that leads to the prison, you can see Donatello's bandana tail hanging down towards the wall just as if they were crawling on the floor.

Continuity mistake: When Raphael meets Yoshi and talks to him about being a kid and having fun, if you look at Raph's wrists you'll notice that he is not wearing any wrist bands as he usually does as with the rest of the turtles. However, when Raph puts his hand on Yoshi's shoulder there is a close-up of Yoshi's head and shoulders. Look at Raph's wrist in the close-up and you'll see that a wrist band has appeared. When the shot changes back, his wrists are bare again.

Continuity mistake: When the turtles go sliding down the ramp down into the sewer, watch the inside of the ramp before Raph comes out and you can tell where they stooped recording and restarted it. The shadows seem to change places. This also happens right before Leo comes out too.

More mistakes in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III

Michaelangelo: Man, I love being a turtle.

Michaelangelo: Hey, dudes, check it out! We're in Shogun.

Donatello: Gee, if we die here in the past, does that mean that we don't get born in the future?

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Question: When Michelangelo is in the village and wakes up in the shed for the first time, there are some kids that run in front of the camera. As they move we hear a very distinct sound effect of them giggling. Like the Wilhelm, this giggle sound effect is played in tons of movies and even commercials. Any idea what it is called?

Chosen answer: I don't belive it has a set name, other than giggle or laughter it is just a generic sound. Much like the Wilhelm, which I think fans named after hearing it in a lot of movies.

NoWhereMan

Question: Does anybody know the name of the music when Kenshin kisses Mitsu? I know it's in several of the movies, but I can't find it.

Paulie Larson

Chosen answer: Darude - Sandstorm.

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