When Anne is about to leave for Diana and Fred's engagement party, Mrs. Lynde makes a point of giving her present for Diana and Fred to Anne to take for her. After Anne leaves, and Marilla and Rachel are talking, the present is in plain sight on the table.
When the wind is blowing Anne's story everywhere, if you look closely, you can see that the pages are just numerous copies of the same page.
dans Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel - 1987
Several times during the classroom scenes, students that are not in the room (they haven't come in yet, or they left) are seen in their seats in wide shots of the classroom. Examples: When Emmeline takes Essie (bleeding) to the bathroom, they're both seen in their seats before they return, and when Jen is late because she's getting the firecrackers, she is seen in her seat before she comes in.
After Emmeline and Essie return from the bathroom, Anne adresses Essie by name. She had no way of knowing Essie's name at the time.
When Anne is helping Mrs. Pringle decorate for the Christmas bazaar, the camera follows Mrs. Pringle as she walks around inspecting the work. Watch closely and you'll see the bracelet she's wearing fall off her arm!
When Marilla reads the dedication in Anne\'s book, what is actually printed (they show it in closeup) reads, "...and to Gilbert," but Marilla reads it, "...and for Gilbert."[/u][/b]