The ball that Lucky is riding in is all beat up when he comes to a stop at the top of a hill and then when it rolls back, it's like nothing happened to it.
The Masked Mugger's autograph book changes form red to pink and back to red in the scene where he wants Lucky to sign it.
The little old man's upper lip is discolored when he talks to Lucky and thanks him for getting his "kitty" out of the tree.
When Lucky lands on his roof with the elves in the sleigh, his hair is white and then changes back to its normal color when he falls off the sleigh.
When Fall-Apart takes Santa (he calls him Jim) outside to the car, Santa's white rim on his hat is red and then it is white again once he is in the car.
Some of Bell's hair disappears for a second in the beginning of the show and again later when she and Jingle are convincing Lucky to play the part of Santa.
Probably the series' least-acceptable twist on the Toons as actors concept - if Flugel cartoons are indeed done "the old-fashioned way...frame by frame", then how can the Flugel stars exist independent of this process, and why are they shown acting inside a movie screen?
When Lucky and Bonkers are speeding in the car, notice that Bonkers's nose turns black.
Goof: During Bonkers' flashback of the movie 'A Toon With No Name,' there is a scene where his eyebrows go dark. After a few seconds, they look normal again.
The Elves spokesmen, Slap, Sniffle, and Plop seem to be a parody of the infamous Rice Krispies mascots, Snap, Crackle, and Pop.