Daffy Duck are the Easter Bunny
The three cartoons included various music created for the 1950's cartoons by Carl Stalling and Milt Franklyn.
In the frame debut from The Scarlet Pumpernickel, the walls of the room was look like blue but with the new animation, it's look rose or gray, but it depend the version than you watch
In Hare Lift excerpt, the scene that Sam hold his gun at the point of Bugs has removed. But one scene later, Sam has a gun.
Daily Bugle name journal was more inspired by the Spider-Man comic-book series.
The original noose scene in Big House Bunny are re-issued by a new footage scene.
In The Road Runner Sequence you can see that the Coyote has white eyes and grey eyelids, however in the "Freeze Frame" cartoon, he has yellow eyes with red eyelids.
This special marks the only animated appearance of Honey Bunny. She is considered to be Bugs' official girlfriend in the Looney Tunes franchise, however she has never appeared in any short. June Foray voiced the cameo.
Bugs' patient during the episode is Millicent the Slobovian Rabbit. Millicent first appeared in the 1957 short "Rabbit Romeo."
On the title screen of the news flash, "Selzer" is credited as a cameraman. This is a reference to Edward Selzer, a Looney Tunes producer.
The names in the "lost and found" section of the newspaper refer to staff members:
Vaughan - Lloyd Vaughan (animator)
K. Harris - Ken Harris (animator)
C. M. Jones - Charles M. Jones (director)
The Gremlins are based on caricatures of people who worked at WB. They include Tedd Pierce (writer) and Michael Sasanoff (background artist).
For some reason, the identity of the black duckling in this short has prompted much debate among cartoon fans as to whether or not it is in fact Daffy Duck. Supporters of the idea claim it is Daffy due to the character's similar color design while naysayers say that if it was supposed to be Daffy then it would have been made a little more clearer in design or by having him speak. It should be noted that the books about Warner Bros. animation history has never addressed this, nor has it ever been confirmed either way. However, in the Looney Tunes Golden Collection DVD commentary Michael Barrier clearly states that it is Daffy after all.
The only cartoon in which Porky Pig hunts Bugs Bunny (not counting Porky's Hare Hunt (1938), the first cartoon to feature the rabbit character eventually known as Bugs).
This cartoon has been banned in 1968 and is part from the censored 11.
It was during production of this cartoon that Bugs Bunny's name originated. Designer Charles Thorson redesigned the rabbit character and labeled the model sheet "Bug's Bunny," after co-director Ben Hardaway's nickname, Bugs.
All music scores from this short are originally directed by Milt Franklyn and Carl Stalling for 50's cartoons
At the start of the cartoon, all the animators are leaving the studio. The last one, carrying a portfolio, is a caricature of Bob Clampett who animated that very sequence.
First appearance of Porky Pig and the short-lived Beans gang.
This episode is most known for using an early design of Bugs Bunny.