The signs that lead to Dinky Dalton's hide-out read: "keep out"; "danger"; "you'll be dead"; "outlaw shack"; "straight ahead", in that order.
The other Dalton's names are revealed in this episode. They are: Dirty; Dangerous; Detestable; Desperate; Despicable; Dastardly; and Dinky, the last of the Daltons.
The first time Huck and his horse fall in the castle's moat, Huck saves his horse who can't swim. But the second time Huck falls in the moat, he admits he can't swim either, and the horse saves him. If that was the case, he should have drown the first time he fell in the moat.
This is the second Wild West-themed episode so far. The first one was, episode 1, "Sheriff Huckleberry".
This episode reveals the fact that Huck Hound has five twin brothers: Ed, Ted, Jed, Ned and Fred.
This is the first and last time they appear, or are mentioned.
Goof: The rustler's watch hands move counter clock-wise.
According to the rustler, the first rule of rustling is "get rid of all cow hands".
Wee Willie went on to star in a Yogi Bear cartoon the following year, Stranger Ranger also broadcast as part of the Huckleberry Hound Show.
Wee Willie's description is: Male, Caucasian, 7feet tall, weight 350 pounds, answers to the name "Wee Willie".
Goof: The bar Wee Willie keeps hitting Huck with keeps changing color between different shades of red and orange.
Huck's police car number is 13, an unlucky number.
We learn in this episode that Huck has never been to school.
Huck's comment about how he could have drowned in the swimming pool might have something to do with the fact that he cannot swim. He has first mentioned this in episode 2, "Sir Huckleberry Hound".
The two kids that Huck has to bring to school are named Mickey and Icky Vanderblip.
This is the first time we hear Huck sing his trademark song, Oh my Darling, Clementine. He was humming the song in the first episode, "Sheriff Huckleberry", and even heard singing a verse, but instead of Clementine, he said "what's her name" back then.
This episode marks the first appearance of Powerful Pierre, who will become a recurring character on the show, mostly portraying villains.
Huck is stationed at the Canadian Mountie Station Number 13. This is the second time Huck appears associated with the unlucky number 13. The first time was in episode 5, "Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie", when his police car number was 13.
According to the narrator, the moral of this episode is: don't try to be something you're not. Be yourself.
The two crows are named Ziggy and Iggy.
This is the second time Huck portrays a farmer. The first time he was a farmer was in the previous episode, "Cock-a-Doodle Huck".