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Toy Story - Disappearing Handgun
Early in the movie, when Woody is telling the sargeant toy soldier to set up a recon post downstairs, when you see the sargent from behind, his holding a pair of binoculars in his left hand and a pistol in his right. The scene switches and you can see the sargent from the front, he still has the binoculars but the pistol has disappeared.
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Contributed By:
EricKoch on 05-04-2000
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EricKoch writes:
How did I spot it? I put the video in, watched it with my kids, noticed it, and, a week or two later, thought about submitting it to this website and did. I'm sorry, but it wasn't anymore complicated than that. Is that not what this site is for? Now, the question is, do YOU have nothing better to do than criticize someone who spotted something you did not?
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Greg Necastro writes:
It's been a while since I've played with army men, but I think he's got a holster on his belt. So, maybe he put his gun away. Yeah, I've got nothing better to do, but that's what makes this fun.
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Pikamew writes:
I think that he just put down the pistol so he could use both hands on his binoculars. After all, these are living toys.
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Trivimaster writes:
Although the toy soldiers are living toys, it's impossible to place the gun in his holster (if he had one) because those plastic soldiers excist entirely of one piece, the gun is actually stuck to his hand and can only be removed by cutting it off.
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Death Mage writes:
"Come on give these guys a break, they draw 1000's of pictures and you expect them to remember a tiny little thing like a handgun, How the hell did you spot it, do you have nothing better to do????" Honestly, they are supposed to keep track of it. They have complete control over the entire environment. That is a slip-up and a perfect example of one.
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Ashley Comet writes:
Hey-good eyes! Did you also notice that the Sergeant's binoculars are totally plastic, and yet he can see out of them? And also they maginify as well?
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Phil writes:
These are 3-D models. You'd imagine that if they were using him in the scene, his model would still have the handgun when they brought it up later. They might have removed it so that he did have some freedom of motion.
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UberEgger writes:
This is a slip up archive, It doesn't matter how much work the animators and story board writers go through- its a slip up and meant for this website.
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GOD!!!! writes:
Come on give these guys a break, they draw 1000's of pictures and you expect them to remember a tiny little thing like a handgun, How the hell did you spot it, do you have nothing better to do????
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