Trivia / The Dover Boys

  • Creator Killer: Just barely averted. Chuck Jones got in serious trouble with his higher-ups, the use of the limited smudge animation not being the Warner Bros. style. Jones was fired, but for whatever reason poor communication, Jones thinking his firing was a joke, who knows he didn't actually leave until 1963, when he broke contract for moonlighting (he was co-writing Gay Purr-ee) and was fired for good.
  • Playing Against Type: This is one of the few times Mel Blanc's real voice comes out in one of his cartoons. Granted, he's constantly shouting. The closest regular character to his real voice is Sylvester, with a bit less snarl and without the spitting.