The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, at its fifth annual awards ceremony in 1932, inaugurated awards for Short Subjects in three categories: Cartoon, Comedy and Novelty. This movie was originally declared the winner in the Novelty category. When producer Mack Sennett found out that his short Wrestling Swordfish (1931) had lost the Novelty Oscar to this film by only three votes, he protested, because under the Academy's rules then in effect, a three-vote spread was considered a tie. The Academy Executive Secretary ordered a new vote by the entire membership, and Sennett's short was declared the winner.

This short film is included as an extra on the 2011 Warner Home Video DVD of Night Flight (1933).