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Lou Costello's practice of taking home props proved to be a major problem for the special effects crew. In order for the actors to appear transparent, the special effects shots required the sets and props to remain intact for shooting with, and without, the actors. Reportedly on one occasion when Lou removed a prop, it required two days of re-shooting for the special effects department.
Odds, bodkins, and copper pots!
After Horatio greets Nora in the barn, the two embrace, then fall into a haystack. Horatio tells Nora he sat on a pitchfork, she removes it, and holds it at arms length. The tines are turned away from Horatio. When she speaks her next line, the pitchfork is now in front of her, with the tines pointing toward Horatio.