Movie_Freak 1

Audio problem: During the scene near the end when the enchanted objects are fighting Gaston's gang, there is a close-up of a pot landing on a guy's head and then starts banging on it. The clanging sounds we hear do not match with what we see.

Movie_Freak 1

13th Apr 2007

The Music Man (1962)

Continuity mistake: After "'Till There Was You," Harold and Marian kiss. A shot of their reflections in the river shows this happening, and then it shows their heads part. When the shot changes to a close up of them they are kissing again.

Movie_Freak 1

13th Apr 2007

The Music Man (1962)

Revealing mistake: During "Marian the Librarian," Marian is seen doing a little dance on the table before being hushed by the people in the library. Like the incident with Winthrop in "Gary, Indiana," you can see that she did not actually do this dance. Tap sounds were added in later to make it seem like she did.

Movie_Freak 1

12th Apr 2007

The Music Man (1962)

Revealing mistake: At the end of Winthrop's version of "Gary, Indiana," we see what appears to be a little tap dance done by Winthrop that concludes the song. Upon close observation, however, you can tell that Winthrop does not actually do this dance. He just twirls around and tap noises are added in to make it seem like he is tapping.

Movie_Freak 1

Audio problem: During the fight scene at the end, Gaston says, "It's over, Beast. Belle is mine." But, originally, Gaston said "time to die" instead of "Belle is mine." (They wanted to involve Belle more in this scene, and decided to simply overdub the line). Unfortunately, you can tell what's been done, for Gaston's lips still say "time to die."

Movie_Freak 1

27th Mar 2007

Dumbo (1941)

Audio problem: At the beginning, when the explosion occurs in Belle's house and Belle goes into the cellar to investigate, she says "Papa?" but her lips don't move at all.

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Audio problem: When Buckwheat says, "It's worse than I thought", while watching Alfalfa and Darla in the boat, you can see Uh-Huh next to him mouthing that line.

Movie_Freak 1

26th Mar 2007

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Continuity mistake: When the witch leans over to claim the slippers, she goes really close to them and her broom is practically touching them. Not to mention she also casts a significant shadow on the wall of the house. In the close-up of the slippers disappearing, however, the witch's broom and her shadow are not in the shot although they should be. (00:29:50)

Movie_Freak 1

18th Mar 2007

General questions

I remember seeing a trailer for a film involving a woman with one breast in the middle of her chest. It seemed like a comedic film. Any ideas?

Movie_Freak 1

14th Mar 2007

Clifford (1994)

Question: I remember watching this movie a long time ago and seeing a scene where Clifford gets a walkman after pretending he's deaf and a scene where Clifford and Uncle Martin are out driving looking for "Sneakers", the dog Clifford stole from the airport. I watched this movie many times after that and have never seen these two scenes again. Does anyone know the whereabouts of these scenes or any other information about them?

Movie_Freak 1

Chosen answer: There were scenes that were edited into the television edition of the movie, but weren't included in the VHS or DVD edition, and this was one of them. Reference: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109447/board/thread/49571041.

13th Mar 2007

Roll Bounce (2005)

Factual error: The frozen treats used at certain points in this movie are labeled with nutrition labels found in the U.S. today. The labels looked extremely different in the 70's.

Movie_Freak 1

12th Mar 2007

The Parent Trap (1998)

Revealing mistake: At one point when the two twins are sitting against the wall inside the Isolation Cabin and talking, one of them casts a shadow on the wall while the other doesn't.

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Suggested correction: Sorry. I see both shadows.

Question: I heard that at one point during the part where Marty's being sent back to the future, Doctor Brown is seen putting the letter from Marty in his pocket. Is this true?

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Chosen answer: In the scene where Doc tears it up, he stuffs the pieces into his jacket, because he is distracted by the tree limb that falls and "unplugs" the cable from the Clock Tower. He was likely going to throw the pieces away, but did not have time. We are then led to realize that when Doc got home after Marty left, he found the pieces in his pocket and became curious, thus taping it back together and following Marty's instructions in 1985. On a side note, since Marty comes back to that spot at the end of BTTF 2 to get Doc's help to go back to 1885, Doc had even more time to spend with Marty in 1955, and even more reason to become curious as to the contents of Marty's letter.

Jazetopher

11th Mar 2007

Cinema Paradiso (1988)

11th Mar 2007

Guys and Dolls (1955)

Continuity mistake: While Sarah is talking to Sky, a car outside the Mission that wasn't there before suddenly appears when Sarah says, "I'm afraid that is true. I don' trust you Mr. Masterson." Note: This was done deliberately by the crew in order to hide the Havana set across the street.

Movie_Freak 1

Continuity mistake: When Wyatt is getting ready to jump out of the plane, his hands are just about to buckle the parachute in place. The shot cuts to a close-up and the parachute is suddenly already buckled, and his hands have completely changed position as well.

Movie_Freak 1

Continuity mistake: When Alan is in the audience yelling up at Josie, a giant sign behind him saying something like "Pussycats rule!" suddenly disappears.

Movie_Freak 1

Continuity mistake: After Scarlett overhears the girls gossiping about her, the first "Yee-hoo!" from the men is heard, and Scarlett looks dismayed and about to cry. Her facial expression completely changes in the very next shot; to a sly, queer look.

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