Pete is terrified of the song When The Saints Go Marching In.
Technical Error: After Pete threw the chest of instruments into the deep lake, and the instruments emerged from an oyster (the chest was lost), the chest returned when Pete was driving a plane and will always be with the instruments.
Technical Error: While Max waved to Ronald Strudelnasher as he left, his Funny Feet (inflatable shoes) weren't inflated, but before and after that scene, it was inflated.
Harold and Coupe Hatchback are father and son and so are there Voice Actors Patrick and Connor Duffy.
Harold Hatchback and Biff Fuddled from the episodes Slightly Dinghy and Wreck, Lies, & Videotape and host of America's Most Painful Home Videos look a lot alike.
In this episode Max states that it is going to be his Great Great Great Grand Papi Gooferamus T. Goofy birthday. Gooferamus T. Goofy is the ghostcatcher who came out of Goofy's Gold Watch in the episode Hallow-Weenies.
Although this episode is uncut on the "A Goofy Movie" VHS, the theme song is mysteriously absent on the DVD.
Running Gag: Pete blames anything else as "cheap and defective" because of his flabbiness and weight.
Pete's net sling trap wouldn't have worked because if his weight is enough to break the branch and set him free, then Bigfoot will break free due to being heavier and stronger.
Pete pronounce "avalanche" as "air-ver-len-chee".
When Goofy is dancing with Bigfoot the song playing in the background is the "Reindeer Dance" from the episode Have Yourself A Goofy Little Christmas.
Bigfoot looks nothing like in A Goofy Movie.
Pete's double in this episode acts like Goofy and Goofy's double acts like Pete.
Pete and Goofy don't seem to recognize Spud and Wally even though they appear in another episode of Goof Troop.
In the FP-1500 (A monster truck vehicle with window washing features), it had different ways to raise the seat. The dealer pressed a button to do so, Pete pulled a lever to slowly raise it, and Goofy turned a knob.
Superstition: Pete said that opening an umbrella in the house is bad luck:
The origin of this superstition is that in the 11th century BC, umbrellas were used by members of political and religious hierarchy from the east to protect against the hot sun's rays and ward off spirits that might harm them. Because of the umbrella's sacred relationship with the sun, it is wrong to use it in the shade.
The superstition states that umbrellas should only be used outdoors, and using it in the shade will arouse "righteous anger of the sun"
Superstition: Black Cat
Pete was seen stepping on a black cat's tail in a scene, and Goofy helped Pete avoid a black cat in another. Black cats are considered bad luck for their association with witchcraft and evil.
A magazine with Darkwing Duck on the cover can be seen on Goofy's table.
The wrestling show in this episode is called "Wrestling for Dollars".