The Legend of Zelda
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: When the Witch of Walls grabs frog Link's tongue to inspect it, the first shot shows the hole in the wall from where she came out has vanished, then it's back again in the next shot. In the same two shots, her hands change from being right on top of his hand and left on bottom, to left on top and right on the bottom of Link's tongue. (00:10:25)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: After the dragon slips on Zelda's banana peel, Link leaps off it and turns to fire a sword laser at him. Before the cut, Link's hands are on the handle where his right hand is over his left hand. Then it cuts to a different angle and his hands switch positions suddenly. (00:04:30)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: Zelda catapults her fruit basket at the dragon using a tree. As the basket is flying through the air towards the camera, you can see stray grapes flying with it, under the basket. But as the basket draws closer to the camera, the grapes under it suddenly disappear. (00:03:00)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: The rug falls over Ganon, and then the shot cuts to Link before he fires a sword laser at the ground under Ganon. When it cuts back to Ganon and the laser hitting, the wall behind Ganon has completely changed, and the floor stone pattern has also changed up a bit. (00:13:50)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: The rug that falls over Ganon has blue areas on the inside, and are visible on it in areas bowed up as it is over Ganon. But when Ganon is falling through the hole, you see the under parts of the rug again, but now it is all brown with no blue. (00:13:40)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: When Spryte leans down to give Link a kiss, her hands go from being straight with her arms, to bent at the wrist between shots. Her hair also goes from brown to orange between shots. (00:13:25)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: The close up of Zelda chained to a pillar in Ganon's bedroom shows that the light is hitting the pillar from the side or Zelda's right side. When it cuts to a shot from behind Zelda, the light is hitting the pillar from her left side. (00:11:05)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: In the distance shots of Frog Link talking to Spryte while he is wearing the robe, he is a darker green than usual. Then in the close up as the fly enters the room, he is back to his normal shade of green, his shirt is now a different shade of green, and the robe is lower on his chest. (00:08:35)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: After Link's transformation into a frog, he goes back to Hyrule Castle and meets up with Spryte. In the shot that first shows her, there is a chair by the wall by the window. When it cuts to a different angle to show Link covered in a robe, you can tell by the position of the chair against the wall in relation to the lines of the bricks and the lines on the floor that either the bricks, the chair, or the design of the floor has changed size or all the above. (00:08:25)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: When Ganon is approaching the unconscious Frog Link by the tree as the Octoroc is holding Zelda, everything changes in the next scene when the two Red Dealers are dropping down on Link. Link's position on the tree changes, the color and shape of the tree is different, even a low branch vanishing. And suddenly the trees in the background are a lot fewer and much closer, and the skyline becomes visible, where previously it was completely out of view from tree tops. (00:07:55)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: After Zelda apologizes to Link for how he looks, Link says he is a monster and can never face anybody again. The shot pulls back to show the pond they are around again, and suddenly the rocks they were standing by go from 4 to 6, the ‘beach' like spot around the pond increases (no tides, it's a pond), and the general hills and shape of the land all around changes shape. (00:06:45)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: Zelda defeats the mummy by grabbing the bandage wrap and spinning it to unwrap it. This causes the effect of a "zap" and it gets sent to Ganon's lair in the Evil Jar. The wrapping comes off and falls to the ground in front of Zelda. But when the mummy appears in Ganon's Evil Jar, it suddenly has the wrapping back around it. (00:05:50)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: After Link eats the fly, Spryte glides down and lands on his shoulder. It then cuts to an angle from behind and suddenly her wings are longer and positioned down further. (00:08:55)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: Link awakes in his Frog form and sees the Red Dealers dangling in front of him and then eats them, his head resting against the tree. When the shot cuts closer as he lays back in satisfaction and licks his lips, the size of the tree roots above the ground shrinks. And then they change size yet again in the very next shot. (00:08:00)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: After Link frees Zelda from her binds, they stand next to the stalactite and talk. After Link says that kissing him is the only way to cure him of being a frog, and then Spryte says this will be good, Zelda suddenly goes from standing directly on the roots of the stalactite to beside them, and also grows much taller. Link also slides across the floor in a different position. And the color of Zelda's boots changes to an almost reddish brown. (00:12:50)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: After Link and Zelda escape, a shot shows Ganon from behind and he has two tusks on the left side of his mouth when he normally only has one on each side. When it cuts to a close up of his face, it's back to how it always is. (00:14:15)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: In the forest after Ganon's lair, after Link says he is glad he is not a frog any more, they stop and turn to each other. Link's mouth is closed and Zelda puts her hand up to his chest. Then it cuts to a close up and suddenly Link is smiling showing his teeth, Zelda's arm is down, and the trees behind them change. (00:14:35)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: At the end, when Zelda asks Link if he still wants the kiss, her face flashes different colors. It is subtle, but as she speaks she grows paler and tanner in a blinking effect. (00:14:40)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: Link sees a fly during the close up of him and Zelda about to kiss, and then reaches out and grabs it. When the shot cuts back to Link's face as he eats the fly, the trees behind him and Zelda have changed around suddenly. (00:14:45)

Quantom X Premium member
The Legend of Zelda mistake picture

Kiss 'N Tell - S1-E4

Revealing mistake: After Link eats the fly and Zelda turns from him and says never mind, Link begins to speak and as he does, a random white spot suddenly appears on his head for a brief moment and then fades away. (00:14:50)

Quantom X Premium member

Join the mailing list

Separate from membership, this is to get updates about mistakes in recent releases. Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.