Continuity mistake: The red-marked leader of the ARC Troopers sure goes through a rapid succession of field promotions and degradations. In Chapter III, he is addressed by Obi-Wan as a Sergeant; when Obi-Wan arrives at the Banking Clan's HQ in Chapter IX, he calls him Commander; and when Anakin returns from his duel with Asajj Ventress in Chapter XX, he is suddenly a Captain.
Continuity mistake: After Padme drags Threepio away as the attack on the city begins, Mace Windu's fighter swoops across the screen from left to right, and it rolls onto its side to show us the top of the cockpit. We see his canopy is similar to the design found in the 'Revenge of the Sith' film, being comprised of three large panels of glass. Unlike the film version (which has a small porthole behind the pilot's head), there is no glass behind Windu. But when the shot cuts to show him inside, there are three windows behind him. Seconds later, another interior view shows the three 'windows' are now solid panels.
Continuity mistake: When Count Dooku and the disguised Asajj Ventress watch the fighters in the Rattatak arena, the lodge they sit in at first seems almost level with the arena floor. Later, when Dooku floats to the arena floor after Asajj has finished all enemies, the lodge is high above the ground.
Continuity mistake: As the ARC troopers' gunship breaks off from the rest of the ships and as it's flying through the city, its markings are blue. But as the ship is hit and crashing, its markings are the red. (It is definitely the same ship, as we see the ARC troopers emerge from it after the crash.).
Continuity mistake: When the Sniper Droid zeroes in on an ARC Troopers head, we see them in a ring around the gunship, with 2 ARC Troopers on top of the wreckage, but in the shot after that we see them in a completely different position, with all the ARCs in front of the ship.
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Continuity mistake: When Durge fires his in-built flamethrower at Obi-Wan, the Jedi Force-crushes the weapon. but in the scene where Obi-Wan's hand is closing into a fist, the flame stream stops just before that; and when the scene switches to Durge's arm, the flamethrower is still firing just before its muzzle is crumpled up.
Continuity mistake: During the first duel with Durge and Obi-Wan, Durge's bike is totalled and Obi-Wan's gets hacked to pieces as Durge swings it at Obi. However, as soon as the fight is over, Obi-Wan picks up his bike, completely undamaged, and goes off on his merry way. None of the other trooper's bikes are ever seen anywhere near them.
Continuity mistake: When Palpatine and his rescuers are in the descending elevator, a wide shot shows the trooper with the rocket launcher standing at the far left of the shot, in front of the hammer-headed Jedi. The shot then tightens in and suddenly this trooper is behind Palpatine, who is behind that Jedi.
Continuity mistake: When Palpatine and the others exit the elevator, a rear shot of their group shows that one trooper holds his rifle, but the other is missing his rocket launcher. But when seen from the front again, this trooper has the very obvious launcher hanging from his shoulder, behind him.
Continuity mistake: When Palpatine and his rescuers emerge from the elevator, the characters' positions in relation to each other changes radically despite nobody moving. First shot, the line up, left to right, is Hammer Head, Trooper, female Jedi, Palpatine, Trooper and four-eyes (the 3 Jedi are in the front row, the rest behind). In the next shot, the order is now (right to left, from behind) Hammer Head, female Jedi, Trooper, Palpatine, Trooper and four-eyes (Palpatine now in the front row). Next, a tighter shot has Hammer Head moved to the back row, behind a trooper. Meanwhile, the two troopers keep switching sides, as the rifle is seen at left or at right, while the rocket launcher is not seen at all until the troopers are suddenly together at the left of the screen when Hammer Head yells.
Continuity mistake: When Shaak Ti, Ronet Corobb, and Foul Moudama try to get Palpatine to safety, there are two Clone Troopers with them. As they stand waiting for the elevator, both Troopers are armed with blaster rifles, but as they walk into the elevator, one of them suddenly has a rocket launcher instead of a rifle.
Continuity mistake: After Anakin and the most recently mutated Nelvaanian free the other mutated, the latter puts his hand on one of his fellow's shoulder. When he does, the control harness the two should have destroyed earlier is still on; in the next scene right after, the harness is gone.
Continuity mistake: When Durge attacks Obi-Wan and the ARC Troopers in the Banking Clan's HQ, San Hill cowers beneath the holo-map table. Durge jumps on it, breaking it cleanly in two, and Hill is nowhere to be seen; and after the fight, when the Troopers lift the table fragments apart, Hill is seen cowering and whimpering right behind it.
Continuity mistake: When Mace Windu intercepts Grievous at the latter's gunship, Grievous activates his lightsabers while standing on the ramp to his ship's hatch. But when Windu crushes his chest and Grievous starts to cough, he is suddenly standing right inside the hatch.
Continuity mistake: When Anakin sucks the worm into his mouth, the sewer map is revealed underneath. But there is also a heap of dirt and bugs on the parchment when he sucks the worm in; while in the shot where the map is seen in full, there are only a few bugs scattered on the sheet.
Continuity mistake: When Anakin and Padme kiss in the alleyway, an alien passes by, glancing at them, and they break up. But in the first shot (from the main street side), when the alien looks at them it is almost past the alleyway. But in the next shot, when Anakin and Padme break apart, the same alien starts walking by the opening once again.
Continuity mistake: When Mace Windu cuts his way into the Seismic Tank, a score of droids is waiting for him, including one to the left of the opening. He still stands there as Windu completes the cutting, but the patch Force-smashes only into the droids right in front of the opening; the lone droid should be unaffected due to his position. But when Windu jumps in, the droid is suddenly gone.
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