When sucking up all the Rabbits in Lady Tottington's Front Lawn, Wallace & Gromit accidentally suck up Victor's Toupee as well, and Victor accidentally obtains a Black Rabbit instead whilst trying to retrieve it back from them. But when we next see Victor, he has his Toupee again, and Wallace & Gromit have the same amount of Rabbits when they try to Brain Wash them into disliking Vegetables.
When the church is viewed from the outside, the main door is a Norman arch (semi-circular). From inside, it's a Gothic (pointed) arch. It's the same door - Victor boots it open from outside so you can clearly see there is no church porch.
In the beginning of the movie, during the breakfast scene. There is some salt and pepper on the table. In the early shots of that scene the salt and Pepper are farther away from Wallace, but when he pushes the pepper it is closer to him.
After Wallace and Gromit capture the rabbit in the beginning, a banner for the vegetable competition shows that there are four days left. The next night, after Wallace tries to brainwash the rabbits, the calendar where Gromit has marked the days until the competition shows that there are five days left, before Gromit crosses off one more day, making it four.
During the town meeting scene. Lady Tottington is in front of the bible with angel wings and a light above her. But in the shot after it cuts to Victor, the light is now not above the bible with wings.
In the part where you see the lady locking her greenhouse full of carrots there are five locks right in a row on the greenhouse. In the first shot she locks the first three locks. In the second shot she is again locking the third one.
When Wallace and Gromit are trapped by Victor's dead end tree in the road, Victor throws the hatchet into the tree next to Wallace. Wallce, nor his clothes, are touching it. Yet when Wallace tries to run off, we see his suspenders caught in the hatchet. The very next scene, Wallace is next to the tree again, and again his clothes are still not caught under the hatchet.
When the neon carrot sign falls on the hood of the Anti-Pesto van, a big piece of the sign is missing. When the Were-Rabbit bursts through the window of the vegetable shop, the sign now has an even bigger piece missing.
When Wallace and Gromit are at Lady Tottington's house getting the rabbits, the lever has suck at the bottom, and blow at the top, but later when Wallace is trying his invention, when the camera is facing upward, blow is at the bottom, but later it changes back to the original way it was.
When Gromit presses the button to deploy the lasso, there is a hood ornament on the car, which rotates 90 degrees as the hood opens. But a moment later when the lasso rises (and for the remainder of the chase) the hood ornament is gone. When the car returns to Wallace's house and shakes off the mud, the ornament is back again.
When Victor Quartermaine fires his gun in the church to silence everyone and restore order, you can see a shotgun shell ejected from his gun, but later when he gets the golden bullets to kill the Were-Rabbit, the bullets are large caliber rifle cartridges.
Just before the title of the film appears we see the full moon above the rooftops. The moon is on the left of the scene, but the shadows of the chimney stacks are also to the left. They should be to the right.
How was Wallace not able to turn into the Were-Rabbit on the first night of the incidents until like Midnight, a few hours after the mishap when trying to Brainwash the Rabbits that night under the Full Moon.
Despite all the incidents caused by the Were-Rabbit, all the incidents it caused seem to be back in good condition each morning. Same said for what's been happening to the Pesto Van throughout the film (like after it had been following the Were-Rabbit underground on the 2nd Night).
The prices in the fairground scene at the Giant Vegetable Contest are in the old pounds, shillings and pence, showing that this film is set before this form of currency was abolished on 15 February 1971 (indeed, Gromit's calendar in one scene shows that 1 September is a Thursday, so the latest this film could be set is 1966). Yet Pesto's technology uses LEDs, which didn't become available until the mid-70s, and diode lasers, which weren't available to the general public until about 2000. However, Wallace has been shown to be a genius inventor, it's quite possible he invented all of these things himself, long before the items became available to the public.
Where did Hutch get the Vest and the Sandals from anyway when Wallace and Gromit open up the Heavy Duty that they placed him into, to see that he's much bigger and is able to speak with Wallace's Personality?
Wallace never have mysterious questionings after having been the Were-Rabbit, seeing as he has no memory from that condition, like questioning he mysteriously ended up home after last remembering being out in the streets where he was last seen as Wallace, nor does he mention having mysteriously had a lasso around his neck.
In the woods, where Wallace is first seen becoming the Were-Rabbit, he first has to face Quartermane, who throws an axe at him. The axe lands on one side of Wallace, but in the next close up we see the axe on the other side.
It's stated that only 24 karat gold bullet will kill a Were-Rabbit. There are a total of three golden bullets the Vicar gives Victor, and when Victor first shoots the Were-Rabbit, who was really Gromit in the Female Were-Rabbit costume, three shots can be heard. Yet when Victor approaches, he still has two golden bullets left in his belt.
When Lady Tottington spots the Gold Carrot trophy that Victor attempted to shoot the Were-Rabbit with after running out of Golden Bullets, it's bent slightly at the front, but when she gives it to Gromit in the Next Shot, it no longer is bent.
When Victor Quartermaine does the "Bag a Rabbit game" at the fair and he fires three shots in quick succession, he is using a bolt-action rifle. This is not possible as there would be a noticeable pause between each shot caused by working the bolt.
When Wallace arrives at Lady Tottington's to tell her of he and Gromit supposedly catching the Were-Rabbit thinking it was Hutch having become mutated, and when Gromit drives over in their Pesto Van to fetch him upon learning that he's the Were-Rabbit, it's already at sunset, and when they come to a halt in front of the Fallen Tree blocking the road, it's already dark all of a sudden. Same thing for the next day when Wallace, Gromit and Hutch attempt to rebuild the Mind-o-Matic to remove Wallace's Curse, it's all of a sudden dark when Laddy Tottington arrives.
When Gromit in the Female Were-Rabbit outfit lures the Were-Rabbit away from being shot by Victor, they hop across many fences into many gardens, but when Victor shoots what appeared to be the Were-Rabbit (actually being Wallace in the Female Were-Rabbit Costume), they somehow end up back in their own garden, where the Were-Rabbit starts to dig off to the Vegetable Fair at Lady Tottington's Garden, and where Victor and Phillip place Gromit into the Rabbit Trap to prevent him from interfering, as well as where Hutch can be heard sleeping in Wallace's Bed through the Window.
Gromit while following the Were-Rabbit's footprints into their own home believes they're leading down into the basement where he and Wallace find Hutch having gotten bigger, believing him to be the Were-Rabbit. Later upon leaving the basement and closing the door, Gromit finds the footprints continue, leading into Wallace's room, showing that he's the Were-Rabbit. Why didn't Gromit find it strange to find the footprints disappear upon entering the basement.
No explanation was given as to how Gromit was able to get the Female Were-Rabbit Costume back after having lost it upon colliding with a tunnel on the 2nd Night of the Were-Rabbit Incidents (prior to the incidents starting since the Full Moon hadn't been visible then).