Larry is standing behind Birdie before and after she burps, but he is alongside her when she is burping.
Joe obviously has a pad in his sleeve when Birdie bites his arm.
It is quite obvious that Mr. Dinkelspiel didn't fall down the stairs because his shadow can be still be seen outside the door.
When Birdie (Moe in drag) walks into the dining room at the end, she asks Moe and Larry to leave as she is going to set the table. When Moe turns to leave, he is obviously a stand-in.
When the Stooges discover Birdie with the baby colt, many of their lines have been dubbed in. This is noticeable because their mouths don't move correctly to their lines.
When Larry tells Birdie, "Be good and we'll take you home tomorrow", his lips don't move.
The film has obviously been cut just before Bortch begins spitting up sawdust from eating the wooden fish.
Two of Moe's lines don't match his mouth movements when he says them: "But we didn't locate the ring." and "I'll find that ring if it kills me!" This is because the scenes were stock footage and new audio was dubbed in to help integrate them into the story.
When Larry accidentally hits Moe in the back of the head during the pie fight, he breaks character and laughs.
Did you notice how Moe and Larry looked skyward in this short near the end? Some say they are looking up to their fallen stooge comrade. That is not a joke way of saying it because Shemp died about nine months before the filming of this short.
Freeze frames of the General are used in the shots of him watching the Stooges give Rork the formula for the rocket fuel.
Although the Stooges lock Rork in a trunk and leave him there as they escape, he is seen shooting at them at the end of the film. Of course, it should be noted that the ending scenes are stock footage from Fuelin' Around (1949).
When Moe tells Larry about how they plan to use the reward money for recapturing the Rootintootin diamond to pay the virgin taxes, he accidentally says "...pay the taxes for our sweetheart", instead of "sweethearts".
In the final scene, when Shemp (actually actor Joe Palma) leaps from the window, Palma yells in his own voice, which sounds nothing like Shemp's.
In order to hide himself from Nikko, Larry barricades himself inside of a room. Nikko follows him, however, and tries to force open the door. Even though Nikko wanders away moments later, when the camera cuts to Larry inside, he is still trying to force open the door.
In the original film Hokus Pokus (1949), the part of Mary was played by Mary Ainslee. Ainslee was unable to reprise her role for this remake, so Mary is played by Connie Cezan in new scenes for this film. Cezan is only seen from the back and doesn't speak, thus she blends in rather well.
When the camera pans from the poster advertising Svengarlic's show over to Svengarlic and his gang, the film has obviously been cut in the middle of the pan, where the archive footage changes to the new footage.
The evil dog puppet that snarls at the Stooges is the same prop used in one of the Stooges earlier horror comedies, their 3-D film Spooks! (1953).
Actor Phil Arnold provides the voice of Sir Tom. He also voiced the character in the original film, The Ghost Talks (1949).
When Shemp leaves Moe and Larry in the kitchen, he's supposed to say "See you later, fellas.", but he accidentally says "See you later, fella."
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