Oliver and Company

Continuity mistake: The dog called 'Tito' has a piece missing from one ear - the piece missing changes from one ear to the other.

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.

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Continuity mistake: In the "Why should I worry?" song scene, the red scarf on Dodger's neck appears and disappears between shots, for instance, it is not shown when he is on top of the woman's car nor after but when he scares the woman it is visible on his neck.

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Trivia: When Fagin looks at his collection of watches, the first watch on his wrist has a Mickey Mouse clock face.

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


Dodger: Absitively posolutely.

Dodger: All right, you guys. If Mr. Sykes don't see some cold, hard cash, we are Doberman chow.

Tito: Allow me to introduce myself: I am Ignacio Alonso Julio Federico de Tito.
Georgette: Get away from me, you little bug-eyed creep.

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