In one of the early segments, The Wiggles are skipping down Main Street USA away from Sleeping Beauty Castle. But in the next shot, they converge in front of the Founder Statues which are in middle of the park.
In the end credits, Murray's name was spelled Murry.
On "Marching Along", Murray plays his Takamine acoustic guitar but there's no guitar music, which was added to the video in the "Wiggle Time" 1998 version. Also you can hear the kids sing along in the original.
In "Dorothy's Birthday Party", Dorothy's Birthday is the "Third of November" when she was turning 5.
What was a yellow shirt doing in Murray's trunk?
Reversioned sound effects
"Quack, Quack" includes a whooshing sound and a drum crash.
Filming Goof: When Captain Feathersword gets ready to do the pirate dance he says "Let's all do the pirate dance together!" but the receiving mike is one from afar so you can barely hear it. He also walks off-screen.
This was redubbed in the video.
Jeff plays the Takamine acoustic guitar on the song, "O Epoe Tooki Tooki".
Henry and friends sing Have a Happy Birthday to the fishette twins. The tune would later be rehashed into a full song for Captain Feathersword.
Wags the Dog appears in the 1998 version; he doesn't appear in the 1993 version.
In the 1993 version of "Uncle Noah's Ark," Dorothy's costume is her original one from early Wiggles presentations in 1992. Not only that, but towards the end of the video, Dorothy's head lifts up for a moment, revealing the face underneath.
The Wiggles play Takamine brand acoustic guitars.
Jeff plays a Yamaha acoustic guitar on "I Love It When It Rains" in the 1993 video.
The 1994 version of "Henry's Dance" was most likely filmed with chroma key (green screen) background techniques as Anthony is wearing a white long-sleeve shirt instead of a green one, and the background shows film footage of fish swimming near the ocean reefs. There is a faint white outline around each of the Wiggles, especially Murray, and no shadows being cast onto the background.
The 1998 Australian re-release of this video included the songs "Teddy Bear Hug" and "Numbers Rhumba." However, in the American and UK versions, they were both cut and replaced by the puppet songs "Can You (Point Your Fingers and Do the Twist)?" (aka Wigglemix), and "Go Captain Feathersword, Ahoy!" respectively.
Wags the Dog appears in the 1998 version, but not the 1994 version.
During "Wigglemix," part of the puppeteer's head appears when the puppets turn around.
Havenu Shalom Alechem is a VERY popular Jewish song that means "we brought peace to you"
Instruments played in the 1998 version
Jeff plays the Hofner bass guitar on "The Monkey Dance".
Anthony wears a green polo shirt or a green long sleeved shirt for the bulk of the videos. In other words, he's not the Blue Wiggle yet.
None of the Wiggles have logo shirts, logo belt buckles or coordinated pants yet. They just wear whatever styled black pants.
Anthony's hair looks frizzy on this video as with TV Series One.
On the song, "Dorothy's Birthday Party", Anthony Silvestrini wears a Thomas the Tank Engine shirt.
Murray plays a Fender Telecaster electric guitar.
Jeff plays a Yamaha acoustic guitar on "Georgia's Song".