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Anachronisms 

When George walks past the Indian woman, his car keys are heard jingling in his pocket as he goes out of the shot.
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Character error 

Matt Stone's real voice is briefly heard when Humphrey says the lines, "How far to Colorado territory?" and "Watch out for that bear trap."
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Right before Packer and the others meet the trappers for the first time, you can clearly see that Leanne is tied up. She is also clearly tied up during the "That's All I'm Asking For!" song. Right after she ran away, Noon asks Packer if she was tied up and Packer replies that he never ties her up.
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Frenchy Cabazon states that his song about life as a trapper is in F-sharp major. The song is actually sung in F minor, with one section in A-flat minor.
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During the "Trapper Song", in music theory terms E-flat is the relative minor of F-sharp; however, it wouldn't be "spelled" that way. That would be called D-sharp minor.
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During the argument about musical keys, Frenchy says "The relative minor is three half tones down from the major, not up!" The scripted line was supposed to be, "The relative minor is three half tones up from the major, not down." Thus establishing his further knowledge (or lack thereof) of music theory.
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When the men are naked under their blankets and Humphrey remembers the fudge it is sitting just under the blanket on his stomach so the sudden realization of the fudge's existence is forced. The fudge would have to have been taken from his pack and placed there after undressing and laying down and if the characters are so starving it is unlikely he would have waited so long to break into it.
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Revealing mistakes 

When Alferd Packer is running from the crowd from the bar, there is a clear, visible line in the sand where he is supposed to run.
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During the song "That's All I'm Askin' For!", when the guys are standing in the ling with their arms dancing back in forth, right before it goes to the next shot, you can see Trey Parker (Alferd Packer) mouth the word "cut" to end shooting.
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Spoilers

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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

Packer shoots Bell with a single-action black powder pistol, yet he does not cock the gun, and the hammer does not move when firing. At the same time, there is an audible cocking noise.
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