Continuity mistake: When Elmer opens the door to the hungry cats, you can see that there is only a handle on the door, but when one of the cats demands more money, Elmer slams the door and the handle now has a lock with it.

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Continuity mistake: When Elmer is trying to explain the money situation with Sylvester, you see that Elmer is sitting on his chair. After a quick cut to Sylvester nodding, we cut back to Elmer and he is next to Sylvester, but his chair is nowhere in sight. In the next shot, he is back on his chair again.

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Continuity mistake: When Sylvester takes the case of money when Elmer is talking during the film, you can see there are three dollar notes hanging from the side of it, but when he shows the case to the cats near the window, the dollar notes have disappeared.

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Trivia: When we see a cat looking through the dustbins at the beginning of the cartoon, there is a newspaper on the ground that has "Foster" on the front page - a reference to the Warner Brothers story writer Warren Foster.

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Trivia: When Sylvester growls at the portrait of his mistress at the end of the cartoon, look at the bottom left-hand corner of the picture and you can see the artist's name is "Irv Wyner." Irv Wyner was the background artist for this cartoon.

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