The Stooges reworked several bits they have performed with Ted Healy at MGM: the plumbing sequences are adapted from Meet the Baron (1933), and some of the waiter gags are borrowed from Beer and Pretzels (1933). The plumbing sequence later reused again with Curly-Joe DeRita in their 1959 feature, Have Rocket, Will Travel was also featured the maze of pipes
Swing Parade of 1946 was filmed near the end of Curly Howard's career. The 42-year-old comedian had suffered a series of minor strokes several months prior to filming, and his performances had been unpredictable. By the time of Swing Parade of 1946, he had lost a considerable amount of weight, and lines had creased his baby face. As a result, he could no longer ad-lib for the camera as in previous instances. His scene where he recreates the maze of pipes from 1940's A Plumbing We Will Go has been described as sluggish and lethargic.
- Lenburg, Jeff; Howard Maurer, Joan; Lenburg, Greg; (1982). The Three Stooges Scrapbook, p. 77, Citadel Press. ISBN 0-8065-0946-5