Lord Battmountan, whose name is a spoof on the family name Mountbatten, also appears in "The Lost Crown of Genghis Khan".
The character of Sharkey sort of looks like Pete from the show Goof Troop and old Donald Duck shorts.
This episode appears on DuckTales Volume One DVD.
Webby mistakes the Pearl of Wisdom for a marble, and takes it to a marble shoot-out.
Louie: One minute silence for the great masher, it's last mash was its greatest!
Sharkey:With this pearl, I'll be so smart I'll be making crimes of the century everyday!
Webby:Uncle Scrooge, do you have a great masher I can borrow?
Scrooge:If I do darling, Its all yours.
Scrooge:Banana Island is probarly full of pearls!"
(Scrooge on the phone)
Scrooge: Ships are for shipping Mr. Woddell, so ship up or shape out!
(Webby on her toy phone, impersonating Scrooge)
Webby: So shape up, or ship out!
Scrooge: Urrr, that wasn't very nice of me to talk to Mr. Woddell that way, I'll phone him back and apologies.
Webby: Don't Uncle Scrooge, I'll do it.
(Sharkey Looks through his onboard telescope as they approach Banana Island and laughs to himself)
Sharky:Hopefully this Island has something worth steeling...... Huh! Nothing but Bananas, Coconuts, some islanders, a stone idol, a huge pearl Huh, whats this, why its the biggest pearl I've ever seen! That pearl could be the big score I've been looking for my whole life!
Although in The Wonderful World of Disney Television program, the book calls the pearl theif Black Pete in this Episode, In the episode he is referred to as Sharkey, or as he introduces himself to Scrooge as, Mousesiour Rat
Louie enters the competition under the name, Louie "Thunderthumb" Duck