Continuity mistake: When Elmer answers the door after retrieving the case of money from Sylvester, he puts the case on the ground and there are two cats pretending to be a widow and her child. But when Elmer says "Would a few dollars help?" the case has disappeared.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer slams the front door after being tricked by one of the cats, you can see that the door has a handle and lock on it. But when the cat dressed as a salesman leaves Elmer's house later on, look at the door and you can see that it has now changed to a door knob and keyhole.

Continuity mistake: When Elmer kicks out the cats after marching into his home, you can see there is nothing on the bottom part of the door. When we see the cats surrounding the house in the next shot, the bottom part now has an "X" on it.

More mistakes in Heir-Conditioned

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.

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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