Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Continuity mistake: In the very beginning, when the Narrator is singing the very first song she starts to move around the lecturn she is leaning on, it then cuts to another camera and she is behind the lecturn again and starts to move away from it again.


Continuity mistake: In the scene where the Narrator is eating a drumstick and the brothers are eyeing it up, at first the fat part of the drumstick is in the left hand, but in the next shot it is in the right hand.

Continuity mistake: As Potiphar is singing "Joseph, I'll see you rot in jail", Gerry McIntyre's glasses disappear and reappear between shots.

He's My Brother
More mistakes in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Trivia: The colours of the coat (in case you were wondering) are red, yellow, green, brown, scarlet, black, ochre, peach, ruby, olive, violet, fawn, lilac, gold, chocolate, mauve, cream, crimson, silver, rose, azure, lemon, russet, grey, purple, white, pink, orange and blue. They were once voted the best lyrics in the piece, and Tim Rice didn't even write them.

He's My Brother

Trivia: The blonde girl Joseph picks up and hugs in the finale is Donny Osmond's niece; his brother Jimmy's daughter.

He's My Brother

Trivia: The boy that at the beginning of the movie the narrator sings to and brushes her hand through his hair is the narrator's oldest son Toby.

Joseph: Benjamin! You nasty youth, your crime has shocked me to the core. Never in my whole career have I encountered this before. Guards! Seize him! Lock him in a cell. Throw the keys into the Nile as well.

Joseph: Please stop, I don't believe in free love.
Mrs. Potiphar: Pity.

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