The instant Martians seen in Hare-Way to the Stars resemble the Martian from another Chuck Jones cartoon, Jumpin' Jupiter (1955).
Snow Business is the only cartoon were Tweety's famous line "I tawt I taw a putty cat" is not used.
Daffy Duck Slept Here could be considered a sequel to A Pest in the House (1947), which also features Daffy disturbing a hotel patron's sleep.
Marvin the Martian: Oh goodie, my Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator. (The dynamite explodes) Oh well, back to the drawing board.
Bugs: Something tells me I should have stayed in bed.
Bugs: God, what a night. I'll never mix radish juice and carrot juice again.
Narrator: Once upon a time there was a labor shortage. It became so bad that employers would hire anybody, or anything.
Daffy Duck: Train leaving on Track Five for Anaheim, Azusa, and Cucamonga.
Tweety (Seeing Sylvester screaming in pain and thinking it was because he was eating bird food): Aw, come now, it can't be that bad.
Daffy Duck: Hey, that's silly! ... I should have bought him some magazines for the trip!
When Hare-Way to the Stars aired on CBS, the part where Marvin the Martian finds the dynamite stick he needs in his machine to blow up Earth in the glass of Instant Martians and the resulting explosion was cut.
Hare-Way to the Stars has not been restored or released in the Looney Tunes Golden Collection.
Hare-Way to the Stars was originally released on March 29th, 1958.
When Snow Business was shown on CBS, the part where the mouse sticks Sylvester's tail in a toaster and Sylvester extinguishes the flames with an ashtray was cut.
Snow Business was produced in 2951, but was not released until 1953.
Daffy Duck Slept Here first aired in 1948.
Snow Business - Title
The title of this short is a pun on the saying, "Show Business".
Train leaving on Track Five for Anaheim, Azusa, and Cucamonga.
This line was made famous by voice artist Mel Blanc (May 30, 1908 – July 10, 1989), during his days on The Jack Benny Program on radio. Mel Blanc was the voice for Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and several other Looney Tunes characters.
Daffy Duck Slept Here
The title of this short is a play on the old saying, "George Washington slept here".