Star Wars: Clone Wars

Chapter 2 - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: In the scene when Obi-Wan is telling Anakin that he is the Commander of the space fleet, in the overhead shot only Obi-Wan is walking near Anakin's fighter, yet in the next shot Clone Troopers are marching right past the fighter. (00:03:55)

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Chapter 2 - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: When the LAAT gunship is shot down by the rocket, it crashes into the street with the upper side (with the cockpit canopies) skidding forward. But it comes to rest with its nose forward, and in these two shots it has made no visible spinning motions.

Chapter 2 - S1-E2

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.). (00:05:55)

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