This is the first time Huck is shown having a pet.
Quick Draw McGraw is mentioned in this episode. He is another Hanna-Barbera animated character.
This is the seventh Wild West-themed episode of Huckleberry Hound. The others were, episodes 1, "Sheriff Huckleberry", 4, "Rustler Hustler Huck", 13, "Sheep Shape Sheepherder", 15, "Hokum Smokum", 29, "Pony Boy Huck", and 41, "Huck Hound's Tale".
Trying to get away from the fire-breathing dragon, Huck jumps in a lake. This again contradicts the fact that he cannot swim, as he himself has stated in episode 2, "Sir Huckleberry Hound", and alluded to in episode 6, "Hookey Daze". This fact has already been contradicted before, in episode 14, "Skeeter Trouble".
This is the second time Huck has to fight a fire-breathing dragon. The first time was in episode 11, "Dragon Slayer Huck".
Also, this is the third time Huck portrays a knight. It has also happened in episode 2, "Sir Huckleberry Hound", and 11, "Dragon Slayer Huck".
This episode marks the fourth appearance of the character of Pierre. He has also been featured in episodes 7, "Tricky Trapper", 20, "Ski Champ Chump", and 24, "Ten Pin Alley".
However, this is only the third time he is called Powerful Pierre. On his second appearance on the show, his name was Powerhouse Pierre.
Also, his design in this episode looks different from his usual appearance from his other episodes.
This episode reveals the fact that Huck has a fiancee, named Clementine.
Huck is the general of Company B in the French Foreign Legion.
The taxi fair was only of 2 dollars and 30 cents.
This episode is very similar to episode 18, "Postman Panic". Many of the jokes used in this episode are either variations or the same ones from the other episode. Thus, this episode could be considered either a sequel or a remake of episode 18.
This is the second time Huck plays a mailman. It is also the second time he has to get past the white dog. The first time both these facts happened was in episode 18, "Postman Panic".
However, this episode marks the dog's third appearance. He has also appeared in episode 12, "Fireman Huck".
The motto of the Pony Express was, "the mail must get through".
This episode features the return of Indian Chief Crazy Coyote. He was first seen in a flashback during episode 15, "Hokum Smokum".
This is the fifth Wild West-themed episode of Huckleberry Hound so far. The others were episodes 1, "Sheriff Huckleberry", 4, "Rustler Hustler Huck", 13, "Sheep Shape Sheepherder", and 15, "Hokum Smokum".
This episode marks the third appearance of the character of Pierre. He has also been featured in episodes 7, "Tricky Trapper", and 20, "Ski Champ Chump".
However, this is only the second time he is called Powerful Pierre. On his second appearance on the show, his name was Powerhouse Pierre.
Huck's Hawaiian name is revealed to be Huckahoola Huckleberry.
This episode takes place in London, in 1880.
This is the fourth time Huck portrays a police officer. The other times this happened was in episodes 5, "Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie", episode 10, "Freeway Patrol", and episode 28, "Cop And Saucer".
However, this is the first time he is portraying an English police officer.
In 2009, the European version of Cartoon Network's sister TV channel Boomerang used the scene from the beginning of this episode (the one showing Huck dressed as a doctor walking alongside the wall) in their promo for the Huckleberry Hound show.
This is the fourth time Huck goes up against a lion. It has also happened in episodes 3, "Lion-Hearted Huck", 19, "Lion Tamer Huck", and 27, "Somebody's Lion".