Random Trivia For This Title:
- According to Don Knotts' autobiography, the off-screen voice yelling, "Attaboy, Luther!" belongs to screenwriter Everett Greenbaum.
- This film inspired a short-lived craze for yelling out "Attaboy, (name)" during speeches and other situations. This came from a running gag used in this film.
- Contrary to some belief, the exterior of the Simmons house was not the same one built for Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. The Simmons house is a different facade located between the Delta House and the Munsters house on Colonial Street on Universal's back lot. The camera pans across the Munster house at the beginning of the movie with the credits.
- The outside street scenes in the opening credits to The Ghost and Mr Chicken were filmed at Universal Studios Back lot. The mansion shown is the Harvey House, now seen in [Desperate Housewives].