Billy Engle, who has a small role as the short man at the party, also appeared with the Stooges in Uncivil Warriors (1935), one of their earliest films.
The model pictured in the Facts and Figures magazine is a photo of actress Arline Hunter.
As Larry is running off with the wheelbarrow full of money, Moe begins to chase him, but stumbles and nearly falls over Mr. Barton's microphone cord. Mr. Barton (Emil Sitka) manages to overcome his surprise and adlib a quick "Sorry, folks."
When Larry and Ma are talking about the TV dinner coupon, Larry has the coupon in his hand. In the next shot, Larry has the whole TV dinner box with the coupon still attached.
When Moe says "Hey Larry, look at this.", his mouth doesn't move.
Joe: (to the space girls) You're really a fairy godmother. Wow, what mamas!
(Larry and Moe spray each other with champagne.)
Joe: That's good for you! That's good for you!
(Moe and Larry throw a dish at his head.)
Joe: That's bad for me! Wow!
Larry: (to the party girls) Stick with me girls, and you'll get a trip to the moon! One way!
Joe: I feel like a he-Cinderella.
Moe: All you need is a glass slipper instead of a bone head!
Moe: What's for supper?
Joe: TV dinners.
Mother: Again? We ain't even got a TV!
Larry: But Ma, only 2,037 more TV coupons and we get a set!
(Moe watches Larry read a Facts & Figures magazine.)
Moe: Hey! Joe entered that candid camera contest. Give me the facts about it.
Larry: Wait'll I look over the figures.
(Moe finds out that Larry is looking at a photo of a scantly clad woman.)
Moe: What are you, an accountant?
(After being given a glass of water following a request for a drink)
The Stooges' Mother: (spitting out water) Water! Don't ever do that again.
Moe is actually four years older than actress Gail Bonney, who plays his mother. Bonney is also slightly less than a year older than Larry, who plays her other son.
This film's title during production was "Pardon my Flying Saucer".
Running time: 16 minutes 07 seconds
Flying Saucer Daffy was Joe Besser's favorite Stooges' short.
Filming Dates: December 19-20, 1957
This is the last Stooges short actually filmed and produced at Columbia Studios. On the final day of shooting this film, the Stooges were informed that Columbia Pictures was terminating their contract.
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