The feud between the Doodleberries and the Huckleberries started because the Huckleberries used to play an out of tune banjo that annoyed the Doodleberries.
This episode takes place in Pensyltucky, a mix between Pennsylvania and Kentucky.
Huck's masked avenger name is the Purple Pumpernickel.
This is the sixth 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", and 29, "Pony Boy Huck".
This is the second time Huck's nephew appears on the show, and the third time Indian Chief Crazy Coyote is featured.
However, this is only the second time both Huck's nephew and Crazy Coyote are seen in the same episode.
This is the third time Huck portrays a police officer. The other times this happened was in episodes 5, "Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie", and episode 10, "Freeway Patrol".
However, this is the first time his police car number isn't 13. This time it's 2.
This episode is a sequel to episode 3, "Lion-Hearted Huck". Huck mentions he has tried catching the lion last year, as well as every year before that too.
In fact, this episode aired on 10/10/1959 exactly 51 weeks after "Lion-Hearted Huck" premiered (10/16/1958), almost an entire year.
Also, the lion's name is revealed to be Leroy in this episode, while he remained nameless in his first appearance.
The dog biscuits Huck tries using to catch the dog are, according to the box "Gro-Pup T-Bone Dog Biscuits". They are supposed to be Kellogg's Gro-Pup dog biscuits, a brand which was sponsoring Hanna-Barbera cartoons at the time. The same box can be spotted in various Quick Draw McGraw cartoons as well, most notably "Dynamite Fright" from 1961. Snuffles, a canine character introduced on The Quick Draw McGraw Show was also seen in commercials for this product in the early 60s.
This is the third time Huck gets arrested at the end of an episode. It has already happened in episodes 17, "Barbecue Hound", and 21, "Little Red Riding Huck".
The fine Huck had to pay to the police was of 200 dollars.
This is the fourth time the mischievous white dog appears on the show. He has also appeared in episodes 12, "Fireman Huck", 18, "Postman Panic", and 30, "A Bully Dog".
This is the second time Huck is shown working for Scotland Backyard. The first time was in episode 33, "Piccadilly Dilly".
However, this time he is a police inspector, rather than a police officer.
Goof: Throughout the episode the monster is called a Schnitzel. However, he looks more like a sausage than a wiener schnitzel.
Jolly Roger's only weakness is revealed to be tickling.
Goof: In the first scene with Jolly Roger, we see all but one of his teeth falling. In all subsequent scenes, his number of teeth keeps increasing.
Huck's name in this episode is Admiral Horatio Huckleberry.
Huck would later resume his role of Little Red Riding Hood in 1985, in the episode "Yogi and the Unicorn" from the show Yogi's Treasure Hunt.
This is the second time Huck gets arrested at the end of an episode. The first time was in episode 17, "Barbecue Hound".
Goof: When Huck says that he is going to bash the door down, the door is not even closed.
The prize for the great ski race was of 10,000 dollars.