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Many close-up shots of cane toads have the sound of a croaking frog. Toads do not croak like frogs, and what looks like croaking is their normal way of breathing.
At the end, each stuffed animal head makes a sound. The mounted bass makes the sound of a dolphin.
When Clint is at Jessie's Grocery, he picks up the rope that was attached to the boat and says that it was "clearly chewed through". The close-up shows that the rope was very clearly cut, not chewed.
The American flag that is hung vertically on the the porch of the Crockett home has the stars in the upper right. The proper way is the upper left.
When they find the dead guy in the pond, Smith rolls him over and his eyes are tightly closed. In the next shot, his eyes are open.
When Smith and Karen are walking through the willows, it's completely clear. In the next shot, there is heavy fog. In the next shot it's clear again.
It's supposed to be nighttime when Smith drives through the forest. Shots of the forest and plantation house are dark. In other shots, the sun and a clear blue sky are visible.
Crew or equipment visible
When the snake is hanging from the chandelier, a close-up reveals that it is being held in someone's hand.
The film, about evil frogs, shows toads.
The movie never explains how frogs are supposed to be a danger to people. People who have been living in a swamp for generations should not be afraid of frogs.
When Pickett is wandering around the island, he sees Grover lying face down in a marsh, where he was killed by a snake. Grover is clearly breathing.
When one character wrestles with the alligator in the pond, black tape is visible across the alligator's mouth.
Throughout the movie, Grandpa has no movement in his legs. At several points, his knees move and down underneath the blanket.
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