Trivia: Three Little Pigs
- Bowdlerise: In the original cut, the Wolf disguises himself as a stereotypical Jewish peddler, complete with an Alter Kocker Yiddish accent. In the reissue version (and on all versions that have been released by Disney), the Wolf was redrawn as a Fuller Brush man who says he's working his way through college. Ironically, one edited version exists where the Wolf is dressed as a Jewish peddler, but doesn't have a stereotypical Yiddish accent.
- Cross-Dressing Voices: Fiddler and Fifer were voiced by women.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: In the 1930s, Practical Pig and Zeke Wolf were voiced by Pinto Colvig and Billy Bletcher, the original voices for Goofy and Pete, respectively. Fittingly enough, on House of Mouse, the two were voiced by Goofy's and Pete's current voice actors, Bill Farmer and Jim Cummings.
- Recursive Adaptation: The "Li'l Bad Wolf" short on House of Mouse adapts the characters' comic stories, which, of course, follow up the 1930s shorts.