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Charlotte's Web (2006) Poster

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Character error 

When the two crows are discussing the scarecrow at the junkyard, one comments it has to be the same guy because he's wearing the same hat. The cutaway to the scarecrow shows no hat present.
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Continuity 

When Wilbur is talking to the geese after he plays in the mud, the amount of mud on his side changes.
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When Gussy first introduces herself to Wilbur, she has a light yellow spot on the tip of her beak. In the next shot, Golly has the spot on his beak.
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When Charlotte has caught and wound up the fly in her web, she leaves it and drops down to talk to Wilbur. When she goes back up to her web, the fly is missing.
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Revealing mistakes 

Wilbur, a boar (male pig) is played by sows (female pigs). This is blatantly obvious in some scenes.
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When Fern is visiting Wilbur before going to school without him the second time, it is raining hard. The road immediately outside is wet, but is clearly dry at the left side of the screen by the fence.
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The hatching goslings are clearly ducks, not geese. Ducks have bright yellow feathers and a flat orange bill, whereas geese are duller gray with yellow underlayment of yellow feathers and a slightly pointed bill.
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Spoilers 

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Continuity 

In the final scene, Wilbur's trough is empty. When Templeton pops out of his hole, he jumps into the trough which is filled with scraps.
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