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The Lion King 1 1/2 (Video 2004) Poster

(2004 Video)

Goofs

Audio/visual unsynchronised 

In the 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight' sequence [in the French track], after Timon and Pumbaa have catapulted into a tree, in the song you can hear a gasping noise. The song was taken from the first Lion King and the noise was Nala gasping for breath after Simba pulled her into the water.

Continuity 

When Timon is rewinding the movie at the end, the Disney logo at the beginning plays like it's in fast-foward, instead of rewind.
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After Timon and Pumbaa head for bed after Simba and Nala's argument, their bed is made of leaves. When Nala is trying to explain Simba's story, the bed is now made of straw.
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At their first home by the water hole, Pumbaa hands Timon a drink in a coconut shell with a straw and umbrella. As Pumbaa starts to leave in the next shot, the straw is gone, yet Timon seems to be holding and drinking through it. In the following shot, the straw is back.
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The hyenas' paws constantly go from three toes to four off and on throughout the entire film.
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When Timon is dragged out of the river by Pumbaa, there is no flower. However, when Pumbaa turns around Timon has a flower held over him. The flower is gone again shortly after.
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When Timon and Pumbaa first meet up with each other and continue to scream it is daylight outside. But the previous shot was night time.
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Errors in geography 

In the film, Pride Rock is shown as being very close to where the "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" sequence takes place. In the first film, this is not the case as Pride Rock is nowhere in sight.

Plot holes 

In the first Lion King movie, near the end, Scar blames everything on the hyenas and that is why they turn on him (at the end, after Simba throws him off the ledge). In this movie, it shows the hyenas being lured away from the final conflict between Scar and Simba, therefore they would not have heard Scar, and thus contradicts the first movie.

See also

Trivia | Crazy Credits | Quotes | Alternate Versions | Connections | Soundtracks

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