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Hook (1991) Poster

(1991)

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Continuity 

As Peter starts to climb the ship's mast to reach his children, the net they are hanging in is swinging, but in the next shot, a close-up of the net, it's completely still.
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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

When Rufio says, "You're dead, jolly man," his mouth is saying "Drop" dead.
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Character error 

In the original Peter Pan book, it says that Jane (Wendy's daughter) had a daughter named Margaret when she grew up and says nothing about another daughter named Moira. Moreover, there was no mentioning another sibling for Jane that could've had Moira or that Jane herself adopted Moira.

As there is no Moira mentioned, Moira's character should be named Margaret, if Wendy is supposed to be her biological grandmother. Also, if there's supposed to be another daughter that Jane had, they should've at least mentioned Margaret in the movie. Albeit, a new character could've been created and it is appropriate that they named her Moira as Wendy's full name is Wendy Moira Angela Darling.
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Wendy's full name is Wendy Moira Angela Darling. However, at the orphan dinner, Peter introduces her as Wendy Angela Darling.
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When Smee and Hook are trying to prove that Banning is Peter Pan, they come across the scar Hook had given him when reducing Tiger Lily to which Banning says it is his "appendix", it is on the left side of his stomach; not the right which is where the appendix is.
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In a scene when they are trying to get Peter to fly, the lost boys are holding up "happy thoughts", one of the boys are holding up one that says "Berfday" (birthday). Birthdays are an indication of getting older, so a lost boy, who doesn't want to grow up, would likely not consider a birthday as a happy thought.
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Continuity 

Hook's glasses disappear between shots when he is standing very close to Peter on the ship.
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When Peter is in the playroom at Granny Wendy's house, there is a teddy bear in the room. It's the same teddy bear that is found later by Peter in Neverland inside the tree but no-one brings the teddy back to Neverland when Peter goes there to save his children.
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When Peter leaves Neverland in the charge of one of the Lost Boys, he takes out his sword twice.
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When Peter is hit in the head with a baseball he falls to the ground. When he lands his head is upon green-colored ground, in the next shot his head is upon brown-colored ground.
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The watch that Peter gave Jack changes times between shots, from 7:42 to 7:55.
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When Peter is on the ground after being hit on the head with a baseball at first there is nothing on his belt, but then a little pouch suddenly appears.
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As Maggie is being tucked into bed by Peter she holds up the paper flower with both arms but in the shot from behind Peter she is only holding it up with her right arm.
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When Tinkerbell starts glowing as she's turning human size inside the clock, the little curtains are fully open and you can't see Peter's hands; it then cuts to a shot behind Peter, his hands are suddenly now on the edge of the little window and the curtains are now more closed.
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When the baseball is approaching Peter's head there is a ladder behind him very slightly to his left but in the next shot when the ball hits him the ladder is behind him to his right.
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When the Lost Boys fire sticky arrows at Peter, at first there is no bright colored goo/paint on his clothes this doesn't appear until it changes to the next shot where Peter says "I've been shot" and he pulls and arrow off his groin.
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After the police leave the house Peter and Wendy are talking on the bed, the book is visible on the table behind them. In the close-up of the book as Peter reaches for it its position has changed.
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Jack's hair changes a few times from mussed up to swept back under his baseball cap just after Jack smashes the watch.
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When Hook is attempting suicide, his coat is resting on his shoulders. After a close up of him cocking the pistol, the coat disappears.
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Smee's earring changes ears between scenes. It's first seen in his left ear as he carries Hook's hook to him on the red pillow. Other scenes such as the baseball game, it's in his right ear.
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In the scenes that take place in Neverland, Peter's arms are hairless, but in the other scenes, thick hair can be seen covering Peter's arms.
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When Peter first sees the crocodile clock, the hands of the clock face in its mouth are spinning wildly. When seen from a wider angle a few shots later, they're perfectly still.
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When Peter falls off the ship into the water, a mermaid approaches him and his hands are tied together. In the next shot his hands have been untied with no time for the mermaid to have done this.
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When Moira throws Peters cell phone out the window, the window is only half way open, but when Peter goes to look out the window it is all the way open.
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At the baseball game, Hook tells Smee to make the pirates switch HOME and RUN, he is seen yelling "Switch!" and then the scene moves to Smee standing at the pitcher's mound with a shocked look on his face and standing still as if he's been standing there for a while.
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As the second mermaid approaches Peter in the water, she places her hands on his waist and begins kissing him. However, in the next shot, her hands jump up to in his hair.
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Just before the pirate is taken to the "Boo Box", the strap of Peter's eyepatch moves from the top of his glasses to below, without him having had time to adjust it.
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The bedsheet tent is knocked down as the children are kidnapped, but set up by the time Peter has a drink.
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An exterior shot shows the plane is a Boeing 747, but the interior is of a narrow body aircraft.
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When young Peter visits Wendy's room to chase his shadow, you can see the animated shadow clearly, and the original real shadow next to Peter.
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In the food fight the food covering Peter and the Lost Boys changes between shots. For example when Rufio throws the coconut the food on everyone immediately looks much dryer than before, and some of them have clean patches around their eyes that weren't there seconds earlier, these are both very noticeable on Peter.
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When Peter starts to fight the pirates on the ship, the first is kicked between two barrels. He's on his stomach, but in the next shot transfers to his right side, and in the next to his left side.
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When the children are hanging in the net and Peter is trying to reach them, in the shot where Maggie says "Come on Daddie, Mommie could do it," she has both arms reaching out and Jack only his right arm. But as the next shot, from above, starts only Maggie's right arm and Jack's left are seen reaching out.
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When Peter knocks off Hook's hat and wig then they lands on the head of a Lost Boy, in the close-ups Hook's hat on the Lost Boy is crooked but in the shots of Peter and Hook where this boy is visible behind them the hat is completely straight.
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When the lost boys are painting Peter for his first trial of flight in the sling shot the colors/design changes from when they paint him to when he is sitting in the sling shot. Most noticeably the white line on his stomach turns into a red happy face.
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When Hook slices Peter's arm with his hook, the hook is pulled down across his arm one way, yet in the next shot, the blood shows the cut to be at a different angle.
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When Peter Pan is watching the baseball game in Neverland, the size of his earring changes between shots.
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When Peter is disguised as a pirate on the ship, a wide shot shows him with his scarf wrapped around over his mouth, but in the next shot the scarf is below his mouth.
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When baby Peter is out alone in the rain, he is wet from the water. But in the close-up shot, his face is suddenly dry.
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When Peter sees the reflection of his younger self in the water, the reflection has brown eyes, and Peter has blue eyes.
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When Tinkerbelle causes Peter to be thrown through the air and land on the nursery floor, he's seen landing half on the sheet used earlier in the movie as a tent for Maggie. Yet when Tink carries Peter out the window to Neverland to rescue his children, Peter is completely wrapped in the sheet. He isn't shown to have moved after landing on the floor.
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In London, Liza grabs Jack by his scarf and drags him violently inside. When the angle changes, she is hugging him softly.
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In the plane, Peter's daughter shows a drawing with the plane burning. Depending on the angle she's either crouched next to the paper or standing away from the paper. This swaps back and forth.
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During the school play, Peter's phone rings and his wife turns her head to him. When the shot changes she's looking straight and turning her head again.
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During the opening school play, the girl with Peter Pan is standing tall. When the angle changes she is suddenly kneeling down.
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While Peter slides down the snow, the penguins disappear between shots.
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After being with the mermaids, Peter falls off the basket into a puddle and rolls down with his hair soaking wet. Then cuts to him crawling and his hair is dry.
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After the mermaid scene Peter is lifted in a basket. When the angle swaps to a close-up the basket is suddenly covered in leaves.
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When the boy touches Peter's face, Peter is kneeling and is slightly taller than the kid. Then he says "Here you are, Peter!", the angle swaps to a wide one where Peter is now in a lower position than the kid. Then back to the close-up and he is back to a higher position. The boy's hands are also always inconsistent between the front and side angles.
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On the pirate ship, when the watch is first seen, the time jumps all over the place. First, it's 6:32. Then it's at 6:34, then jumps to 6:42, then 6:38. Then after Hook gets up to find the ticking, it's at 6:27, and when Smee picks it up, 6:44.
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In the ship, the watch reads 6:44, but when they're in Hook's clock museum, they lay the watch down and it reads 2:14, seven and a half hours for a five minute walk.
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When Peter first enters the Lost Boys' urban-style playground, he is suddenly startled by Lost Boys on skateboards that begin to circle him. But in the next shot focusing on one Lost Boy dunking a basketball through the hoop, you can see Peter in the background, only now the Lost Boys that were skating around him have disappeared.
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When Hook is talking to Smee about the subject of Peter Pan (as Smee collects food from the table), Hook holds up his hooked hand and stares at it as he is talking. As the shots differ from wide views of the room to closeups of Hook, the lace cuff that surrounds his hooked hand keeps differing in its position.
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When the little Lost Boy begins to "inspect" Peter by tugging at his face and whatnot, in the first shot as he pulls Peter's cheeks the bracelet that he has around his wrist has a feather attached to it which is at the top of his wrist. In the next shot the bracelet has suddenly rotated, as the feather is now at the bottom (under his wrist).
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At the imaginary dinner with Peter and the Lost Boys; when Rufio throws his plate across the table at Peter, in this shot and the next few shots that follow, the large black pan that sits on the table in front of Peter keeps moving closer then further away from his plate.
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When Peter first walks into the clearing of the Lost Boys hideout, there is a vine hanging from the tree that is touching the floor (which Peter steps into) and the vine has excess which is curled up in a large pile on the ground. But when it shows Peter stepping into the vine, it is only curled round in one circle - not the large pile it was beforehand.
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After Peter has been shot with the goo arrows (which stain his shirt) after they hit his chest, in the very next shot the positions of the arrows on his chest have changed to different places than they were previously.
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When Hook is talking to Peter on the ship, he is wearing his eyeglasses as he examines him and his scar, to see if it really is Peter Pan. But as soon as he turns and walks away from Peter his eyeglasses have vanished from his face.
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When Smee is standing on the stairs, making his introduction speech for Captain Hook's entrance, the bandana ties that hang down on his back change position a few times, most noticeable when he turns around to walk back up the the top of the staircase.
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When the mermaids are saving Peter, the second redheaded mermaid that swims over to him grabs his waist and kisses him. But in the very next facial closeup her hands are suddenly up by his neck.
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When Rufio and the Lost Boys are circling Peter (after he has dropped in their hideout), Rufio is standing in front of him brandishing his sword. In one shot he holds the sword out above him but in the next shot he is holding it down by his side.
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When Hook is sitting in his chair with the vanity tables at either side of him (with several mirrors on each table), we can see that there are two pots on each vanity table. Each pot has a small grey powder-ball sitting on top of it, which has red ribbons attached to it. During the scene the balls/ribbons differ in position and then at the very end of the scene (when Hook begins laughing at his plan to make Jack and Maggie love him) both of the grey powder balls have vanished.
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When Jack and Maggie are in the large rope net that is hanging from the mast of Hook's ship, they are reaching out of the net trying to grab for their Dad's hands. In one shot Maggie is reaching both of her arms out of the net but in the immediate overhead shot she is only stretching one arm out.
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When Peter walks onboard the deck before Captain Hook comes out, he is wearing an eyepatch, pirate hat and a purple cloak. In the first shot the purple cloak he is wearing is pulled up over his mouth but in the immediate next shot the cloak is now down around his neck.
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When Peter is flung from the slingshot, he begins to fall at an angle. Yet when he falls into the pool, he is going straight down, which would not be possible given his trajectory.
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When the phone is thrown outside & later dug up it is clearly a dummy (fake) phone.
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When Hook is giving Maggie and Jack lessons about why their parents hate them, on Jacks desk there is a large brown book and a piece of paper. There is an inkwell too which between different shots constantly goes from being on the brown book to the paper, then back etc.
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When Peter's daughter shows the drawing on the plane, he asks "where is my parachute? A shot later the girl disappears.
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In the plane, the way the note book is held changes between shots: by the top or by its side.
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When a lost boy fires balls at the pirates, they slip and fall on the deck. Angle cuts back to the boy firing and the deck is suddenly spotless and empty, and the same pirates repeat the previous actions.
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When Pan is about to kill Hook and his daughter grabs his arm and says "Please daddy, let's go home", Pan's arm swaps from bent to straight between shots.
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When Moira grabs the phone from Peter's hands and throws it out the window, as the phone falls to the ground and then when it lands, the length at which the phone's antenna is sticking out keeps changing from shot to shot.
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From when Smee and Captain Hook are inspecting Peter's scar onboard the ship, to later in the film when the Lost Boys are painting Peter's bare chest, the proportions of the scar (size, shape, location) are completely different.
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When Moira and Peter are at Wendy's beside, as she rests after being shaken at her honourary dinner, we can see a book sitting on the bedside table and it is resting at a crooked angle. But when Wendy askes Peter to hand it over to her, the camera zooms in for a closeup of the book which is now sitting at a perfectly straight and neat angle.
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Hook has Jack and Maggie caught in a large rope net which dangles from the ship's mast. When the net is hoisted up and Hook tells Peter he must fly up and touch their hands, in the wideshot we see the large rope net swinging back and forth in the air. But in the next shot as it focuses on a shot of Jack and Maggie in the net, it is at a complete stand still and is not swinging at all.
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When Peter is sitting at the foot of the bed, talking to Moira about how he has to take the phonecall (as the phone rings in his hand), between shots he differs from having the phone either held down in his lap to up by his face.
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When Captain Hook walks across the ship and up to the pirate that bet against him finding Peter Pan, we see Peter standing to the side (between the pirate and Hook) and he moves the eyepatch that he is wearing across from his right eye to his left eye. As he does this, the eyepatch strap falls off the right spectacle. But in the next shot the eyepatch strap has now moved back up and is resting perfectly across the glass frame of the right spectacle.
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In the opening scene at the school play as the shots change from wide views of the audience, to closeups of Moira and the children, the positions of everyone sitting around them continues to change. In addition the people standing up in the background keep moving, and in some shots we can see people standing with camcorders, but then in the next shots there is nobody with a camcorder visible.
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When Hook is talking to Peter on the ship, he stuffs the eyepatch and glasses Peter's wearing into his mouth to act like a gag. Then when Hook removes them from his mouth, we see that he takes the eyepatch from out his mouth twice between angles.
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After Smee introduces Captain Hook for his appearance on the ship (to make his speech to his fellow pirates), as he emerges from the door he leaves it wide open behind him. But as the scene continues and Hook is talking, pacing back and forth, etc., how wide open the door is keep changing (from wide open, half shut or practically closed).
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Peter is underwater, bound with ties around his hands but then three mermaids swim to him and help him. However the amount of glitter that is spread on the mermaids differs; this is especially evident with the first bluehaired mermaid that kisses him - look at the amount on her hands as she kisses Peter and rests her hands on his shoulders.
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When the nursery windows are opened (as Peter and the kids return) we see an orange leaf float inside the room and land on Moira's neck. In the next shot it is on her shoulder.
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When Peter gives the sword to the Lost Boy he chooses to leave in charge of Neverland, the Lost Boy holds the sword out, upright. In the next shot he is holding it down and once again lifts it upright.
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When Peter is leaving Neverland near the end of the film, he is talking with the Lost Boys, and they asks which one of them he should leave in charge of Neverland. As he does, he removes his sword from its sheath - twice between shots.
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When Peter Pan is battling with all of the pirates on Captain Hook's ship, he continues to knock them all to the ground with his sword. As the shots change during the scene, the positions of the pirates that lay on the floor keep changing instantly after they fall.
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When Peter Pan is fighting all the pirates on Hook's ship, we then see all of the Lost Boys swing across to the ship on ropes, after Peter shouts "Bangerang!" As all the Lost Boys swing over; some of the same boys swing over twice between the shots.
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When Smee is bent over at the water tank that has Hook's toy ships in it, in one shot as we see the shot with Hook's back facing the camera, Smee's bandana ties both hang in front of his shoulder. In the following shot the ties are now differently positioned, with one folded back over his shoulder.
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When Peter walks into the clearing at the Lost Boys hideout, he walks forward and steps his left leg into a vine tip which is laying on the floor. This causes the vine to wrap around his ankle and pull him up into the air. However as he is pulled up, the vine is now wrapped around his RIGHT leg.
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When Peter steps out onto the ships deck (before Hook comes out and makes his speech), Tinkerbell is with him and she lands on the top of a barrell. On top of the barrell is a glass bottle laying down, which between shots (as Tink lands on the barrell), changes which direction it is pointing. In addition the large piece of rope sitting next to it differs in position as well.
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When Hook is giving the lesson to Jack and Maggie about why their parents hate them, he starts by underlining the word 'Hate' on a blackboard he has. However a few shots later the line that he drew to underline the word is now completely different. The line is longer and thicker.
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During the lesson that Hook is giving to Jack and Maggie about their parents hating them, the items on Jack and Maggie's desk (most noticabely the large white feathery quills and the large sheets of paper) change position a few times.
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In the airplane, Jack begins to throw his baseball against the window, to show his Dad (Peter) that it is thick and will not break. When he does this, it causes the oxygen masks to be dropped down in front of them. Between shots the positions of the masks and the straps wrapped around them differs. In addition in the first shot Peter grabs them to stop them from swinging about, but in the next shot his hands are instantly back in his lap.
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After just arriving in Neverland, Peter comes across a gang of Pirates that take a fancy to the leather shoes he is wearing. A couple of the pirates in the gang bend down so they are almost to the floor, but as the shots differ they continue to change from either being bent over / standing up straight.
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When the family are on the airplane travelling to England, Maggie shows her father the drawing that Jack did. Between shots the way she holds the large sketchpad in her hands changes.
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When Peter gets his happy thought, he floats just above the ground in his regular clothes. As he shoots upwards toward the top of the tree house and out, he suddenly has his Pan clothing on. After returning, he suddenly has his normal clothes.
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In the final fight, Pan's sword is golden colored. When he gives it to the Lost Boy, it's silver.
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When Peter sneezes Tink into the dollhouse, the angle doesn't make sense, as they were parallel to the house, yet Tink goes flying into it straight, as if they had been perpendicular.
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When Captain Hook is bent down talking to Jack in the broken clock shop, in the first shot all of Jack's fringe is neatly sticking out from under his baseball cap, but after Hook places his hand on Jack, all of his fringe is now combed back under his cap and is not visible.
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When Peter flies up to find Tinkerbell in her lantern house, after he opens up the clock-face door and starts asking her what's wrong, as the scene progresses, Tink's arms keep moving from either being up by her face, to in her lap - and then when she turns around to face Peter, the position of her hands change from where they rest on her legs/knees.
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Peter is hoisted out from the sea by the mermaids and then when he reaches the top of the mountain, he rolls down some rocks and through a small stream and then he finishes by sliding down a large area of snow. However at the end of it all, he is extremely dry and clean considering the previous ordeals.
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When Peter is in the old burnt hideout, talking with Tinkerbell (just before he remembers his happy thought and re-learns to fly) he walks over to a small barrell that is covered in items (a glass bottle, rubble, scraps of paper and photos). Between the wideshot and then the closeup of the items sitting on the barrell, the items positions completely change and also some have vanished.
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Before the big battle scene at the end, between the Lost Boys and the pirates, Peter shows up with a lot of makeup, mainly mascara and shadow on his eyelids. His extra makeup appears and disappears throughout the whole scene.
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When Peter is having the ultimate fight with Captain Hook, Hook scratches Peter on his arm in a right to left direction. But when we see him in the next shot-from the front the scratch is left to right.
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When the Lost Boys bring the pots of "food" to the table, there is a large spoon which lays by Peter's plate. Yet when it cuts, the spoon has vanished from it's place, so that the Lost Boy can put the pot down on the table easily.
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When Tinkerbell first arrives at Peter's home, she walks through ink and then walks on Peter's shirt, making little footprints. She only walks halfway up his shirt, yet when Peter gets up you can see little footprints leading all the way up to his collar.
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When Tinkerbell visits Peter at his home, in one shot she pulls the rug from under Peter's feet and Peter flies to the floor. When he lands to the floor, there is nothing around his head, just bare floor. Then when it cuts to a wideshot, lots of items like the tent sheet, the parachute etc. are surrounding his head.
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When it shows the plane flying to London, in the first shot we see it is a huge craft but when it shows the inside it is very tightly compact and narrow.
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When Peter Pan starts fighting Hook's pirates on the ships deck, he pushes the second pirate who attacks him into two barrells. Where the pirate is pushed, there are two barrells (which he flies into), a large wooden crate, and another large wooden crate with a barrell laying on it. Then when it cuts, there's now THREE small crates instead of the one large one, and there's now TWO barrells on top of the other crate.
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When Hook is bent down talking to Jack in the shop full of broken clocks, his hand keeps moving from either resting on Jack's shoulder or his arm.
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When Peter gives Jack the pocket watch, the time displayed on it changes from 7:40 to 7:55 between shots.
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When Maggie shows Peter the paper flower that Tootles made for her, she holds it with both hands but in the next shot is only holding it with her right hand. Also the "stem" of the flower changes from being rather straight to slightly crooked.
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When the coconut flies at Peter, he spins, swings, and completely misses it. Then shown from another angle, he repeats the move, only to hit the coconut, but this time has his eyes closed in preparation for the liquid to fly everywhere.
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The stuff that hit Rufio was originally blue with a touch of red and covered much of his face. Less than a minute later, it's mostly gone, but has changed to dabs of green with a touch of yellow over his left eyebrow.
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Peter picks up a wooden spoon and flicks imaginary food at Rufio. Looking at Rufio, a black plastic spoon covered in blue flicks some blue and red substance at him that has a consistency if pudding. When Peter looks at the now-covered spoon, it has red, green, yellow and blue stuff stuck on it.
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As Rufio makes his entrance, he swings on a twin roped bar, and a second later he's on a single vine, with nothing else nearby to swing on or from.
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As Peter selects the largest Lost Boy, he stops, and holds the sword out. After the angle change, he stops again.
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During the sword fight between Pan and Hook, Pan switches the sword from right to left. After dodging a thrust, it's suddenly back in his right.
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Between camera angles the angle of the pistol Hook holds to his temple switches from angled to straight on and back.
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The lane switch on the overhead path is just off center so neither track is complete. As Peter begins to run, the piece is in place, presumably because Rufio came through, but there is no evidence of an automatic switching device.
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As he gets ready to swat at Tink, Peter's hair style changes.
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At the end of the movie when Peter crawls into Nana's doghouse to greet her (after returning from Neverland) he shakes the doghouse a little as he crawls in, causing snow to fall of its roof, which lands in the two dogbowls next to it. But in the next shot the dogbowls are now empty with no snow in them and also there is a long bone sticking out one of the bowls too.
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When Smee gives Hook his nightcap drink, Hook takes it in his hand and holds it at the top of the goblet so that it is hidden under his hand. But in the very next shot he is holding it by the handle and the whole goblet is now visible with a small black umbrella sticking out the top. Additionally, the position of the small umbrella that sits in the goblet changes a few times.
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Moira throws the cell phone out the window with the antenna extended and the flap opened, and it is buried by Nana this way. When Peter finds it at the end of the movie however, the antenna is down and the flap is closed.
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After finding his son hit a home run in the game with the pirates, Peter decides he must learn how to fly. The ball his son hit comes flying from the sky and hits Peter in the head, knocking him over. When he hits the ground, he is lying on grass, but one second later he opens his eyes on grey rock.
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When Smee and Captain Hook are alone on the ship at night, Smee stands up just after eating chicken off his plate. His blue bandana hangs down his left shoulder near his plate. However, after a shot of Hook when it faces Smee again his bandana is now short, just resting on his left shoulder.
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At the end of the food fight, when Peter stands on a tall rock and looks over the scene, he is smudged with paint. In the next shot, the paint smudges are very different.
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When Hook gets his gun to attempt suicide, Smee runs to the model Neverland, and his sleeves are rolled all the way up his arms, yet when it cuts and he grabs the small boat from the water, his sleeves are rolled down to his wrists.
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When Smee and Hook talk alone in the ship, Smee walks to the table, picks up a plate, and starts picking up food. Then it cuts and now Smee is holding the plate, with a red napkin underneath it which wasn't there previously.
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When Peter gets hit with the baseball his son hit, it looks like in the shot behind the flying ball, that it's going to miss his head by several inches. But when it cuts to the front angle, the ball hits him squarely in the head.
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There is a scene where Hook is about to command his pirates to attack Peter Pan, and in doing so, goes to draw his sword. The shot cuts from Hook to Peter (I believe) and then back to Hook. When it cuts back to Hook, he goes to draw his sword again.
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When Peter is shot with the arrows, he has big patches of red, blue, yellow and green goop on his shirt. The patches are all big and touch each other, yet when Peter runs from the sniffing flowers, the stains are all smaller.
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When Peter is fighting Hook in front of the crocodile clock, he uses his sword tip to fling the pirate-hat and its wig attachment off of Hook's head and it flies over and lands on one of the Lost Boys heads. When it lands on his head it is wonky. But in the next shot it is sitting on his head perfectly straight and is then wonky again in the next shot.
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When Peter is hit by the flying baseball that knocks him out, when he falls to the ground he has nothing attached to the large black belt that goes around his waist. But in the very next shot there is a small brown pouch that is tied to the belt, to his right side.
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When Tinkerbell first meets Peter, she is walking on him as he lays in the cot. Peter's glasses always lay under his chin, because they fell off his nose, but when he gets up from the cot the glasses are suddenly in his hand.
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When the window opens and the children are kidnapped, the tent gets blown over. Yet later when Peter re-enters the room and pours a drink, the tent is back up.
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The golden sword of the Pan gets a lot of use in the final fight scenes. A lot of shots show that the sword gets tiny notches on the sides from all of the clanging against things. However, when Peter passes the sword to the large Lost Boy, the sword's edges have been beveled smooth.
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During the scene where Hook meets Peter for the first time, Smee gags Peter with his glasses and eye patch. As he puts them in Peter's mouth, you can see the pirate behind Peter holding them in place. In the shot where Hook removes the gag, the glasses are suddenly in firmly enough not to be held - the pirate's hand is now on Peter's shoulder.
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When Peter is carrying his children away from Hook's ship to leave Neverland, Hook starts running after him, threatening to always "leave daggers with notes bearing the name Hook" and then he stops at the top of the ramp. In the closeup he is waving his hooked hand as he shouts after Peter, but in the next shot he is waving his left hand forward, holding his sword outwards.
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When Peter is onboard Hook's ship fighting with a pirate below deck, he runs behind a very large globe and then pushes a large statue forward, trapping the pirate. Between shots as Peter does this the position of the large globe beside him completely changes (the curved wooden part and the actual globe, which has rotated itself).
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In the flashback when Peter is remembering how he lost his Mother and got to Neverland, there is a scene where Peter is a baby and the stroller that he is in is blown down a hill by the wind. Between the three shots in this scene, the stroller keeps getting closer to the tree that it is sitting beside - even though the wind is blowing in the other direction.
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When the Lost Boys bring the large black pot over to the dinner table and set it down in front of Peter, in the first shot it sits nice and flat on the table, but in the next shot it is sitting wonky, with a plate half-under it. In the next shot it is back to its original position. Additionally the items around the pot differ.
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When Hook and Peter's battle starts, Hook's sword falls on the floor. Its position changes between shots.
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Before the crocodile is about to fall on Hook, he is either lying on a shadowy place or a sunny one, depending on the shot, no continuity at all.
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After Hook trips over the clock, the position of the kids in the background increases/decreases randomly between shots.
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After the clock falls on the ground and Hook trips over it, he ends up kneeled, head sunk, and starts to remove his cape. When the angle changes he is now lying down, face up, and removing the cape again.
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When Peter is grabbing the mast trying to touch his kids' fingers, in the wide angle half of his body is stretching out towards them. A frame later, from another angle he is in a different position, totally crouched.
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When Smee introduces Hook, his brass speaker swaps hands between shots.
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While Wendy shows Peter her Peter Pan book, one can see the tip of her right finger holding the page, but a shot later from a wide angle, her right hand is nowhere to be seen.
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After Wendy tells Peter about Neverland, the bronze elephant sculpture on the night table swaps from facing left to facing forward between angles.
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After the kids have been abducted, Wendy tells Peter about Neverland. The pillows behind her swap from wrinkled to perfect between shots.
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When Wendy tells Peter about Neverland, his fringe swaps from falling over his eyebrow to perfectly brushed by his forehead, between angles.
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When Tinkerbell is sneezed into the dollhouse, she first lights up the second story, then the first one, implying she fell all the way down. But when Peter opens the house, she is on the second story.
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Crew or equipment visible 

The green haired and last mermaid, to approach Peter in the water has someone behind her. A person in a wetsuit can be seen among the seaweed, their moving hands stand out most.
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When Hook is sleeping and his mustache reacts to the ticking pocket watch, you can see a very small thread pulling on the mustache curl. You can also see the effect of the string on his cheek.
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When Hook's hook is put on after it is carried thru the Neverland Docks, and the sparks are going off, the crew and some equipment can be seen in its reflective surface.
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Reflection of camera visible in window handle when it is being opened.
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In the first shot of Hook's ship, panning down from the sails to reveal the bow with a skeleton on it, the catwalks and film lights in the upper reaches of the sound stage are visible above and behind the ship.
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During a wide-shot of the Lost Boys' food-fight, the light of a camera can be seen off and on, in the upper left part of the screen.
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Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

In the showdown between the Lost Boys and the pirates on the pirate ship, the sun is directly behind both of the two facing groups - there are two suns and three moons in Neverland.
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When Capt. Hook sees the pocket watch that Jack has, it shows 7:42. A few seconds later, it shows 7:39. Time runs backwards, and at a variable pace, in Neverland.
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In J.M. Barrie's novel, "Peter and Wendy" (The original Peter Pan Story), Peter states that he cut off Hook's right hand, forcing him to fight lefty. However, in this film, Hook is missing his left hand.
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Adult Peter has blue eyes. Twelve year-old Peter hasn't. Baby Peter has. While eyes may change shades, they absolutely cannot change from blue to brown to blue.
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Plot holes 

When Peter arrives at the baseball game he had to drive past the field on his right or pull up to an unseen intersection and see the field from the road. He would have seen that there is not a single person there.
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We see Tinkerbell fly baby Peter to Neverland in a flashback scene, but how could Peter age to be a 12 or 13 year old boy when you never age when you're there?(Neverland is a place of eternal childhood).
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Revealing mistakes 

When Too Small welcomes Peter back, you can clearly see that Robin Williams is mouthing Thomas Tulak's lines along with him.
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Cordless phone buried by dog is clearly a toy phone (display is a sticker).
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When Peter Pan back flips away from Hook onto the deck of the ship, the roof of the stage is briefly seen while Peter is back flipping.
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Wires clearly visible when old Peter first re-learns to fly.
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When Hook drags his hook across Peter's arm during the fight, the tip appears to bend.
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When Peter talks to Tinkerbell through the window of the clock house he puts his face right into the window. The outside shots show some kind of balcony/shelf outside the window, making it impossible for him to stand this close; especially when he puts his finger in his mouth like a thermometer as his arm comes from below, through where this shelf would be.
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When Tinkerbell first encounters adult Peter in Wendy's home, Tinkerbell pulls a rug out from under Peter's feet, causing him to fall on his back. However Peter's feet leave the rug (the actor prematurely jumping) before it is pulled from beneath him.
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As Peter attempts a front flip over the wall on returning home, when placing his hands on the snow covered wall top the whole row of snow moves slightly like a stiff solid, and his hands do not go into the thick snow even though he pushes down on it to jump.
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Spoilers

The goof items below may give away important plot points.

Continuity 

When the dog digs the telephone in, the antenna is out and it is open. When Peter digs it out after returning from Neverland, he pulls out the antenna and opens it to take the call.
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When Peter cuts through the sail to reveal himself to Hook, what Peter cuts out does not show that he cut legs in the sail, but when Smee holds up the cut part it shows that Peter cut legs in the sail.
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Crew or equipment visible 

Throughout the movie, evidence of the flying rigs is visible. This is especially noticeable at the end when you can see the bump caused by Tootles' harness.
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Plot holes 

After the dedication, Peter, Moira and Wendy approach the house and notice the broken glass at the front door (indicating someone has broken in). As they ascend the steps, there are slashes in the wallpaper as if Captain Hook has scraped his hook along the walls as he went up to capture the children. Captain Hook's hook is on his left hand, not his right. It wouldn't make sense for him to have done this on his way out, after having captured the children (plus, the slashes were made in an upward motion).
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Revealing mistakes 

In the scene when Hook tries to shoot himself, the pistol fires when the two men struggle for it and the shot sets on fire and sinks the toy pirate ship in the scale model of Neverland (a sinister omen of things to come). As the toy ship sinks, the pole/stand used to drag it underwater can be seen.
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