After the Queen finds out Snow White is alive she storms to her room wearing the Elizabethan stiff collar. She enters the closet with the collar on but in the next shot of her approaching the mirror from inside the closet it disappears.
Around 18 minutes into the film, in the forest, as the Prince is bidding adieu to Snow White, he is at first standing on the left side of his companion, Charles. One second later, he is standing on Charles's right.
When the Prince's helper Charles Renbock is leaving the Prince at the castle, they are having a discussion about the Queen and how she is crazy. When the camera goes back and forth between the characters, Charles's collar is open, then closed, and then open again.
Nathan Lane (aka Brighton) as soon as he puts up a sign of increased taxes outside the town hall, says "We are putting your tax DOLLAR'S to good use". Dollars in a period flick instead of gold and silver?
Nathan Lane (aka Brighton) as soon as he puts up a sign of increased taxes outside the town hall, says "We are putting your tax DOLLAR'S to good use". Dollars (first circulated in 1862), this is a period fairy tale.
When Prince Alcott and Snow White are sword fighting in the forest, Snow White attempts to cut the Prince and he was supposed to block her, but he missed and her blade is on the inside of his, which wouldn't have stopped the sword at all.