- California Doubling: Filmed in Marin County on the grounds of the local Renaissance Faire (they've since relocated to Casa de Fruta, about 100 miles south).
- Cliché Storm: "I grow weary of your antics, beggar man!"
- Funny Moments: When Tee leaps from his hiding place and hammers a watchman square in the nuts, the movie saw fit to add a triumphant musical swell to the soundtrack ("Boooorn Freeeeee!").
- Ham and Cheese: David Warner is capable of some quite brilliant, subtle performances. For this movie, however, he puts in about as much effort as Jeremy Irons did in Eragon, or, frankly, Sir Alec Guinness did in Star Wars.
- Heartwarming Moments: The sole unforced, touching moment of the film has Tee jeopardizing everything to rescue a dying Baydool. When asked why, Tee responds heartfully, "I had to."
- From a meta-sense, all of the actors are having a wonderful time, and the big names (Warner, Hussey, Kind) stated they had a blast doing the film.
- Narm: That one dwarf bandit, swinging around on a rope, shrieking "I'm comiiiiiiiing!" It would be funny on its own, but he keeps screaming it over and over.
- Also, Tee's Smurf hat.
- Nausea Fuel: Baydool weaponizing his chamber pot to scare off a man sneaking around his property.
- The Scrappy: Leonardo da Vinci. He was supposed to be a Lovable Rogue, but to most people just comes across as whiny and unprincipled.
- What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: Prostitution and low-cut necklines in a children's movie?
YMMV / Quest of the Delta Knights