Batman

Batman Is Riled (2) - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Batman and Robin crash through the window, there's no glass left in the frame - at least not until the next shot, when several large shards that weren't there before suddenly appear at the edges. (00:11:50)

Jean G

Batman Is Riled (2) - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: Batman's utility belt is normal in the beginning, but suddenly has a triple sized compartment when Batman goes to get up on the catwalk with his rope.

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