The Flintstones

The Flintstones (1960)

8 mistakes in Cave Scout Jamboree

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Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Betty and Bamm-Bamm are having their breakfast at the table, you can see there are two white dishes and a blue bowl in front of them, but when Wilma joins them, the white dishes have disappeared. The white dish in front of Bamm-Bamm, and indeed Bamm-Bamm, also disappear when the boy scout serves Wilma breakfast.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Fred hits the rocks in the road while driving, Dino flies out of the trailer and lands onto the top of the car. At this point, you can see a set of golf clubs in the trailer, but in the next shot the clubs have disappeared.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Fred and Barney are talking about their holiday while driving in Fred's car, the background changes from houses to the sky between shots.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Other mistake: In the "Old MacDonald" sequence, Fred tells the scouts that whoever he points to will sing the chorus in their own language, yet the German and Dutch scouts sing it in English.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: The man at the Bedrock Auto Club initially has nothing in his left hand when he rolls out the map, but later on he is holding a stick that has appeared out of nowhere.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When the man lies out the map at the Bedrock Auto Club, Barney says to him, "We don't want to go camping in the winter!" and you see that Fred and Barney are next to the man. In the next shot, Fred and Barney have disappeared.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Betty is combing Wilma's hair, the items on the dressing table next to Wilma change position between shots.

Cave Scout Jamboree - S4-E20

Continuity mistake: When Fred and Barney are singing "Old MacDonald" with the international scouts, the groups' signs aren't consistent. At first, they have the names of the countries, but later on they have the names of the languages.

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