"The Grand Design" in Balto II
takes place concurrently with Evil Music
Over the course of the song, barely more than two minutes in length, it begins sunny, then shifts to a thunderstorm, then the rain stops, then the rain resumes once again, then it starts snowing, and then - immediately after the song ends - it's sunny again, then it becomes cloudy again mere seconds later. Clearly, this Weather Dissonance
due to lazy screenwriters who couldn't settle on a weather pattern for an entire sequence. Instead, this sequence takes place concurrently with Evil Music
, and the sudden and abrupt changes in weather are the results of Evil Ogel playing his pipe organ
The events in the movie were made up by Grandma Rosie.
happened is what happened with Balto in Real Life
. But Rosie wanted to make the story more interesting for her granddaughter, so she came up with all this stuff about the half-wolf thing, the comic relief goose, the villainous dog, the love interest, etc.
- Probably negated by the very concept of the sequels. Then again, she could have made Balto into her granddaughter's personal hero and made up more tales, or perhaps either are from the latter's acid trips. Defenitely explains the spirit subplot in the second movie.