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- The tomb, into which Mr. Peabody and Sherman are thrown in ancient Egypt, is the same snake tomb Indiana Jones is thrown into in Raiders of the Lost Ark.
- When Mr. Peabody is trying to impress Penny's parents with his many talents, upon being asked for something more rock'n'roll, he plays the opening riff from "Purple Haze" by [?] Jimi Hendrix, and even does it as Hendrix would, left-handed (or, in Mr. Peabody's case, left-pawed). He then switches to playing flamenco guitar in a normal right-handed manner.
- Robert Downey Jr.Robert Downey Jr., Kelsey GrammerKelsey Grammer, and Geoffrey RushGeoffrey Rush were considered for the role of Mr. Peabody. Downey was cast, but had to back out, due to scheduling conflicts.
- WABAC stands for Wavelength Acceleration Bi-directional Asynchronous Controller.
- Director Rob MinkoffRob Minkoff chose Ty BurrellTy Burrell for Mr. Peabody, because "his voice embodied all the different aspects of the character today - not just the intellect and the suave personality, but the underlying warmth as well."
- A painting of [?] Jay Ward, the original creator of [Rocky and His Friends], and [The Bullwinkle Show], can be shown when Sherman is at school.
- Jess HarnellJess Harnell and Stanley TucciStanley Tucci have worked on the Transformers films. Harnell voiced Ironhide and Barricade, while Tucci played Joshua in Transformers: Age of Extinction.
- Rob MinkoffRob Minkoff is a big fan of "Peabody's Improbable History" segment on Rocky and Bullwinkle, and had been dreaming of making a movie adaptation for years.
- At one point, Dan AykroydDan Aykroyd was rumored for the voice of Mr. Peabody.
- At the lunch table, Sherman's lunchbox reads, "A Brief History of Lunch," a reference to Professor Stephen HawkingStephen Hawking's ,"A Brief History of Time," which sold 10 million copies worldwide.
- Allison JanneyAllison Janney's second DreamWorks Animation film, after Over the Hedge, where she also played a villain that's a strict female human with a dislike to animals. Janney is the second voice actor to voice a villain in a DreamWorks Animation film twice, after Ralph FiennesRalph Fiennes, in The Prince of Egypt and The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
- The Trojan Horse scenario in the film is a bit different from the Homeric version of the story. The entire brain trust of the Greek army is shown in the Horse, which in [?] Homer's Odyssey was inhabited only by a bunch of sappers supervised by Odysseus, whose mission was to open the gates so a much larger Greek army could enter. (Publius Vergilius Maro's first century B.C. retelling in the Aeneid, put the high commanders in the horse.) Oedipus is present, even though in Homer's stories, he had died before the Trojan War ever began. Agamemnon's father was the wholly-human king Atreus, not the Minotaur beast. Agamemnon was already married, long before the Trojan War, but Ms. Grunion would not have been the only "prize" he brought home.
- When Peabody and Sherman are going to the future the WABAC machine's speedometer briefly displays 88 miles per hour, the speed required for the Delorean time machine in Back to the Future, a movie which contained a gag paying homage to the original [Peabody and Sherman] cartoons.