- The episode's title is a parody of the common phrase, "Lights, camera, action".
- The episode's title also shares the same name of the episode from the Pokémon anime series.
- Dudley wore pants five times in this episode.
- The HMS Michael J. Fox is named after the famous actor Michael J. Fox, who is mostly known for playing Marty McFly in the Back to the Future series, which is ironic as the previous episode's title parodied the name of that series.
- Kitty spoke with a French and Swedish-Canadian accent in this episode.
- Dudley was wearing a Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman uniform when Quacky and Sharing Moose arrived in Canada with the gold. This is possibly a reference to the classic cartoon Dudley Do-Right.
- Fort Ox is a parody of Fort Knox.
- Access Hollywolf is a parody of the TV show, Access Hollywood.
- We all know that Quacky doesn't have his very own TV show anymore.
- The names of the characters that Dudley, Keswick, The Chief, and Kitty played by:
- Dudley: Ace Branagan - Leader of Thieves
- Keswick: Hoops McGee - Ace's Hip-Hop sidekick with a robotic arm
- The Chief: Big Jodie - A safe cracking mime
- Kitty: Veronica Minx - French femme fatale
- This is the second time that someone is wearing a beret (in this case, The Chief who is wearing one). The first time was in Time Waits for No Mutt (in that case, Bird Brain).
- Costumes that Dudley wore as his character:
- Farmer's daughter
- We learn that both Quacky and Sharing Moose have spent a year in jail after their last crime, and Sharing Moose wrote the screenplay for the fake movie.
- This is the second time Kitty is shown without her headband.
- The Hockey Jersey Kitty wore to trick both Quacky and Sharing Moose has the number 99 on it, which is the name of character she is based on.
- Kitty's character has the same name as another character from Butch Hartman's another show, The Fairly OddParents. Ironically, both Veronica and Kitty are voiced by Grey DeLisle.
- This is the second episode of the series where there are no hints of the Dudley-Kitty Relationship, the first was in Doom and Gloom.
- At the awards ceremony scene, there is a golden statuette that resembles an Oscar statuette from the Academy Awards, or Oscars.
- Dudley wearing different outfits in different scenes when he plays his character.
- The Chief doing mime acts when he plays his character.
- Keswick acts like a rapper when he plays his character.
- The T.U.F.F. agents unknowingly stealing stuff for the rest of the movie.
- After the truck squash Quacky and Sharing Moose, Sharing Moose's torso and head are not under the truck.
- After the T.U.F.F. agents steal the gold, Dudley's mouth disappears for split seconds when he is talking to Quacky.
- Wouldn't the T.U.F.F. Agents hear Sharing Moose say "Not a real movie"?
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