After singing the lyrics "she belongs to you and you and me" during his performance of "If You Knew Susie", Clarence briefly relaxes his hands and stops playing the piano, but the piano accompaniment on the soundtrack continues uninterrupted.
While Joe Brady is sitting at the bar as the bartender keeps feeding him glasses of whiskey, he drinks the first and second glasses while talking to Clarence. The barkeep slides him a third glass, then a fourth. However, he never drinks the third glass. It simply disappears.
At the beginning of the fantasy sequence Gene Kelly falls into a tunnel. When he gets up there is considerable dirt on his white trousers. A few seconds later, when he leaves the tunnel, his trousers are clean again.
The navy band is in a narrower position when they are shot close-up in spelling "NAVY" than they are when they are in the next long shot (as seen by their position adjacent to the painted lines on which they are standing).
During the opening sequence the Navy band is supposed to be standing on the deck of an aircraft carrier. As the camera pulls back it is obvious that most of the deck is simply painted on and that the "deck" ends about twenty feet in front of the band. Additionally, in some wide-screen prints of the film, the vertical edge of the painting and the studio wall behind it are clearly visible at the right-hand edge of the screen for about 2 seconds before the camera angle changes.
During the "Spanish Number" the bandit (Gene Kelly) needs to swing across from the wall he is on to the roof. There are two red curtains hanging nearby to the right. He grabs the one on the left and climbs higher on the wall. As he does the upper end of the curtain moves more to the center and elevates by about ten feet, allowing him to swing across.