Elmer: Say, you flatfoot, call yer shots!
Elmer: Aw, raspberries!
Stymie: These babies can talk!
Brisbane: (Laughs) Who ever heard of a baby that could talk?
Stymie: I heard him - I asked him if he could talk and he said no!
Brisbane: Well, that settles it then, doesn't it?
The idea of a midget dressed as a baby was previously used in "Baby Clothes" (episode no. 49). It would be used again (with the midget being a criminal) in "Tiny Troubles" (episode no. 177).
This episode was shot probably during the late fall or early winter of 1931/32.
Among the Leroy Shield tunes heard in this episode are "Good Old Days," "Riding Along," "Nothing At All," "Antics," "Sliding," "Dash And Dot," "On To The Show," "Give Us A Hand," "Bride's Song," "Wishing," "Little Dancing Girl," "Candy Candy" and "Prelude."
Among the lawn party guests are Estelle Ettere and Lilyan Irene.
This was the only episode in the series to be directed by Raymond McCarey.
This was the first episode to feature George "Spanky" McFarland. The other kids include Stymie, Brisbane, Wheezer, Dorothy, Sherwood and Donald Haines.