- Channel Hop: Paramount made six of the total seven films yet they lost the rights to all the ones that they produced. The first four movies are now owned by Universal because they own Paramount's pre-1950 library, Road to Rio is owned by Sony Pictures Television and Fremantle Media while Bali fell into public domain, and the final one, The Road to Hong Kong was made by United Artists and they still own it to this day albeit through their parent company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
- Dueling-Stars Movie: Bob Hope and Bing Crosby made a long-running gag of this, both in and out of the movies they appeared in together.
- Fake Nationality: Numerous examples, though one particular stand out is Peter Sellers as an Indian in The Road to Hong Kong.
- Harpo Does Something Funny: A fair amount of the pictures consisted of this, despite the fact that a script theoretically existed.
- Production Posse: Jerry Colonna, who was a long-time castmember on Hope's radio and TV shows, appeared in three of the films.
- Those Two Actors: Hope and Crosby.
- Throw It In!: The most memorable incident involves a camel.
- Unfinished Episode: Road to the Fountain of Youth, planned in the late 1970s but called off after Bing Crosby's death.
- What Could Have Been: The first film, Road to Singapore, was at one point planned as a vehicle for George Burns and Gracie Allen.
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