This was the last half-hour Toonheads episode.
The narrator, lasle Fram states the directing team of Ben hardaway and Cal Dalton directed both the cartoons "Count Me Out" and "A Lad in Bagdad", actually the directing team of Cal Dalton and CAL HOWARD did A lad in bagdad.
This special featured the Bugs Bunny sequences from "Two Guys From Texas", and "My Dream Is Yours". Sure, few people know Bugs Bunny appeared in these movies, but I still don't consider them "lost" cartoons.
The narrator says there were only four Fat Fudd cartoons. But there were five if you count "Bugs Bunny's Bond Rally", a cartoon rarely seen nowadays because it has a wartime theme, and at one point in the cartoon, Bugs imitates Al Jolson.
The narrator, Leslie Fram says "Count Me Out" was the first cartoon to feature an Acme product. No it wasn't. "Porky's Poppa", released a little earlier, was the first.
Bob Clampett says that Porky Pig never wore pants. This is not true. Porky has worn pants in some cartoons, such as Porky's Romance and Porky's Badtime Story to name a few. Ironically, Porky's Badtime Story was directed by Bob Clampett himself!