The song Mr. Philander attempts to play on the piano before being interrupted by the cats is Johann Strauss' Blue Danube Waltz.
When Moe and Shemp are loading Mrs. Castor's bedroom with pests, the interior of their trunk is stock footage from Ants in the Pantry. The container of ants that Moe empties throughout the room looks nothing like the one seen in the old footage.
A string can be seen pulling the mouse onto Mr. Philander's shoulder.
The film has obviously been cut just before Moe sprays the mouse on Mr. Philander's shoulder with the spray gun.
As Shemp is dancing as the film ends, he almost dances into the fire at one point.
The first Stooges short since Uncivil Warbirds (1946) to play a song other than Three Blind Mice over the end credits, and also the last Stooges film to do so.
When the Stooges see the shrunken heads on Varunu's wall, Moe is heard yelling even though his mouth isn't moving.
When smoke begins coming from the first patient's mouth, Shemp's dental drill is obviously nowhere near his mouth.
Some sort of device can be seen moving the top piece of the dentures upward as they speak by coming through the table.
Even though the Sheriff is supposed to be asleep while the Stooges work on him, he can clearly be seen trying not to break into a smile in some scenes.
When the Stooges first enter their office, they hang three hats on the rack. However, two of the hats vanish when the Sheriff enters.
When Shemp accidentally drills his own teeth, Larry breaks character and almost starts laughing.
Although the Stooges all manage to pass their dental courses and become certified dentists, when they actually move west and begin practice, only Shemp is a certified dentist. This lapse is most likely a result of these scenes being deleted footage from another film.
Aside from playing Dr. Keefer, Vernon Dent also does the voice of Shemp's dentures. Emil Sitka also does a voiceover as the owner of the Dainty Dolly Dish Co., as well as playing the chef.
Even though Cassidy and the Stooges arrest the bartender with the rest of Red's gang, the bartender is nowhere to be seen when the gang is being jailed.
When Larry ducks inside of a room to get away from the thugs, he can still be heard yelling even though his mouth isn't moving.
After Papa and the Stooges knock over the phonebooth, Papa puts his head through a panel in the phonebooth that had glass in it a moment before.
In the scene where Larry accidently swallows Shemp's sleeping pill, Moe can be seen in the background with a cigarette in his mouth.
Shemp forgets to say "Where is everybody?" as he pulls his hair away from his eyes, so Moe says instead, which makes no sense.
After Mr. Wykoff shoots Shemp in the face with the eggs, the camera cuts to a shot of Shemp pulling the egg off of his face. Then the camera quickly turns to Wykoff yelling at the Stooges. But we never see why he became so angry at the Stooges so suddenly.
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