Corrected entry: The sergeant makes a comment about getting "Private widdle" a hot water Bottle to wit Widdle shows he has one. However, the type he shows wasn't patented until 1939 by Ms. Earla M. Roberts. The era the film was set would have had water bottles that were very different indeed. (00:06:10)
Corrected entry: Ruff-Diamond's letter to Queen Victoria ends with the words "Love to Albert" but Prince Albert died in 1861 and the film is set in 1895.