* It's good to know at least some of Miss Prices's magical items survived the Nazi attack. Maybe they can use that bedknob to get more?
* "The Age of Not Believing" is a very sombre song that hits a great note of nostalgia and regret for everyone who remembers the period of disillusionment around that age, but it ends on a distinct note of hope; "at last you start believing there's something wonderful in you". Charlie's CharacterDevelopment from bratty, abrasive child to caring and sympathetic big brother figure proves it.
** It's particularly more heartwarming and [[TearJerker a little sad]] when you realize that [[RealitySubtext the song is really about the Disney Company's struggle after Walt Disney's death]].
* The animated armour during the final battle against the Nazis came from all parts of Britain's past, some were even armour worn by people of opposing sides such as the [[UsefulNotes/EnglishCivilWar Roundheads and the Cavaliers]], but all [[EnemyMine fought side by side to defend their country from invaders]].
** It's implied that they're possessed by the spirits of their owners, who are clearly having the time of their lives in kicking the SS troops out of their home.
* Just the fact, that Mr. Browne, a con-man who never truly believed in magic, let alone work it, until Miss Price came along, and even then hated her more [[BalefulPolymorph liberal uses on him when he got of line]], finally is able to cast that spell to turn himself into a rabbit, when the people he cares for are in danger. The look on his face is a perfect mixture of [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Awesome]], [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Funny]] and [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Heartwarming]]. His ears start wiggling, his nose starts twitching but his smile just gets bigger and goofier, as his face is consumed by both joy and magic.