- Actor-Shared Background: We have Panchito, a Mexican, voiced by Jamie Camil, who's Mexican in real life.
- Dueling Works: With DuckTales (2017), another animated action-comedy show based on the extended universe surrounding Donald Duck. It should be noted that the creative team behind DuckTales had little knowledge of this show's production, thus having no affect on anything they did — including José and Panchito's appearance in Season 2 of that show.
- Fake Nationality: Jose's Brazilian accent is done by Eric Bauza, an American-Canadian voice actor. The same also goes for his Scottish accent used for Uncle Scrooge.
- Invisible Advertising: The series had almost no prior announcement, and was released on the DisneyLife app without much fanfare in June 2018, only in the Philippines.
- Meaningful Release Date: The show was released in the Philippines on June 9th, 2018... which was Donald Duck's 84th anniversary.
- The Other Darrin:
- Rather than Rob Paulsen, who had voiced him in House of Mouse, José is now voiced by Eric Bauza.
- Jaime Camil takes over Panchito from Carlos Alazraqui, who also voiced him in House of Mouse and Mickey and the Roadster Racers.
- The Aracuan Bird is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker rather than Frank Welker.
- Uncle Scrooge, in his brief cameo, is voiced by Eric Bauza rather than John Kassir (who took over the role in the Mickey Mouse (2013) shorts after Alan Young passed away) or David Tennant (due to this series having started development before DuckTales (2017) did).
- Production Posse: This is the second project after Muppet Babies (2018) to have Dee Bradley Baker, Eric Bauza, Matt Danner, Jessica DiCicco, and Nikki Lytton.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Panchito, Xandra, and the Aracuan bird are Julio, Dr. Mendoza, and the Duendes .
- Role Reprisal: In the Japanese dub, Kōichi Yamadera, Ryusei Nakao and Toshio Furukawa reprise their roles as Donald, Jose and Panchito respectively from the dub of the original film and also from House of Mouse.
- Screwed by the Network: The show was postponed an entire year from its scheduled release and made available only in three countries via an app with no advertising, meaning that its intended demographic isn't even aware of it.
- Short Run in Peru: It was released in the Philippines first before anywhere else in the world. It was also released on Disney Channel Asia on January 1, 2019, and eventually to Disney+ in America on November 12, 2019.
- Talking to Himself: Jessica DiCicco voices April, May, and June.
- What Could Have Been:
- The series was envisioned for Netflix, but was pushed back from release when Disney decided to create their own streaming service.
- Episode 4 would've featured Norse Gods instead of Roman Gods, but Marvel intervened and forbade the staff to use them.
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