Charlie's name is misspelled as Charley in the closing credits.
Charlie and Harry don't enter Dino World until about three minutes into the episode and spend an unusually short time there.
This marks the first time the dinosaurs jumped into the bucket and shouted, "We're on our way to Dino-World!"
Jamie Watson, who voices Taury, the T-Rex, gives an excellent performance in this episode as Clem. Clem is a male frog with a strong southern U.S. accent and dialogue.
Although Sid is the smartest dinosaur, he doesn't know anything about computer technology.
To call Charlie, Harry dials 8070, which must be some sort of fast-dial programmed into the phone.
Usually, Harry says the title at the beginning of the episode, but this time Nana says it.
We learn that Steggy is an artist.
Since Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs is a British/Canadian port, color is spelled "colour" on close-captioning throughout.
Bill/Wiliam Colgate, know also for his roles such as Mr. Mole in Franklin guest-voices the chinese dragon Tatsu in this episode.
Amanda Soha is listed as the voice of Sam in the closing credits, but Sam does not appear in this episode and Bryn McAuley voices Sam, not Amanda Soha.
In each episode Taury usually catches Harry when arrives in Dino World. But in this episode Taury and the other dinosaurs aren't there so Harry lands hurt.
Harry's crew consists of himself as Captain and Taury as Commander. Lieutenant Trike takes care of the engines, Patsy is on Communications and Sid has Navigations. Pterence's job is not stated. They all travel on the S.S. Dinoprise, which is capable of going to warp, just like the Enterprise(s) from the various Star Trek series that the name is based on.
Outer space is usually two words, but it is spelled in both the title and closed-captioning in this episode as outerspace.
Super Harry wears a mask and a cape featuring an abnormal hexagonal shape with a bubble-letter H inside, similar to the Superman "S" logo. This logo is used from time to time as a scene-changer, similar to the zooming Batman logo.
Mark Holloway, the story editor for every episode of the show, applies his hand to writing for this episode.
For a second, Sid and Steggy's colors were changed. Steggy was dark blue and Sid was light blue.
Harry's sister Sam says the title at the beginning of the episode.
Robert Tinkler is credited as Rob Tinkler.
The octopus Soggy seen in this story could very likely be based on an Abominable Snowman character from the Looney Tunes series who was known to say "I'll love him and hug him and call him George!" He is also simliar to Elmyra from the show Tiny Toon Adventures.
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