The voice of the skeleton in the cabinet is provided by director Jules White.
Actor Theodore Lorch had played MacPherson in the original The Hot Scots, but had died not long after that film's completion. Actor George Pembroke plays MacPherson in the new footage. The two actors can be easily told apart in some scenes.
When the ink first spills on Dean Gonga's pants, Moe can be heard yelling in surprise in the background, but he didn't see the spill yet. The same yell is heard just a few moments later when the Stooges see the ink on Gonga's pants. The first yell was obviously dubbed in.
The film has obviously been cut just before the mousetrap snaps on Lorna's hand.
One of the few Stooges shorts to use background music.
When Shemp exclaims "I'll chop you into little mincemeat!", the word "mincemeat" has obviously been dubbed in.
When Shemp enters Elaine's bedroom and asks if she's lying in bed, the camera cuts to a close-up of King Arthur in her bed. At that same time, a feminine voice can be heard saying "Yes". We are supposed to believe that the King is tricking Shemp, but the King's lips weren't moving, meaning that the voice is dubbed in.
When Cedric slaps Moe and Larry on their backs and accidentally makes them bonk their heads, it is quote obvious that their heads were nowhere near each other.
In the stock footage from Squareheads of the Round Table (1948), Harold Brauer plays Sir Satchel, but in the footage new to this film, Joe Palma plays the part. The two actors look nothing alike, making it very obvious which footage was filmed later.
Although Doc Barker supposedly dies after drinking the spiked drink, he can clearly be seen sitting at the table with his henchmen when Nell starts singing a few minutes later. This scene is stock footage from Out West (1947).
The chase scene is mostly stock footage from the earlier Stooges short Goofs and Saddles.
Actress Virginia Hunter played Princess Alicia in the original film, Fiddlers Three (1948), but doesn't reprise her role in this film. A different actress obviously plays the part, as she tries to conceal her face behind a fan unlike Hunter did in the original.
When Moe is preparing to throw the spaghetti at the IRS agents, he yells "Oh, a double-crossin' rat!", but his mouth doesn't move.
When Shemp stands up after hitting Moe with the bowling ball, he accidentally bumps into a nearby lamp and almost knocks it down.
When Mrs. Cash is pulling the spaghetti off of her face, we can hear her groan even though her mouth isn't moving.
When Moe yells "I'll murder you!" after Shemp hits him with the bowling ball, his mouth doesn't move.
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