Bud Abbott and Lou Costello were engaged in an acrimonious contract dispute with Universal Pictures during the making of this film. As a result, they refused to do re-shoots and every day, at exactly 4:00 p.m., whether they were in the middle of a scene or in the middle of a line, they would cease working and go home.
Lady, he ain't dead, he's hiding!
In the undressing scene with 'Arthur Treacher' Abbott calls Costello "Mr. Manchester," although the character's last name is Mansfield.
In the opening billing of "Bud Abbott" and "Lou Costello" the "o" in Abbott and one of the "o"'s in "Costello" are unusually large and used to "frame" photos of them.