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Salute Your Shorts (TV Series 1991–1993) Poster

(1991–1993)

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After the pilot episode was picked up for a full season, all of the actors had to audition for their roles again.
The series was canceled because the cast didn't want to relocate to Orlando as many were just graduating school and had an established home In Los Angles. The creator and Nickelodeon could not agree on the shows future or budgets.
In every episode there is a hidden rubber chicken with a cigarette in its mouth visible.
Dr. Kahn, the owner of the camp, was never actually seen. His voice was Steve Slavkin, the show's creator.
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The company Reebok sponsored their clothing in Season 1.
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The show had a budget Of $100,0000 per episode.
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The season 2 budget went up From $100,000 per episode To $150,000 per episode because of new contracts.
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The cast had 4 official food fights.
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All the cabins in the series are models or stages.
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The name of the camp, Anawanna, is a slurred homophone of the phrase "I don't want to," as in: "Kid, how'd you like to go to summer camp this year?" with the muffled response "Anawanna."
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The role of Dr. Kahn is often incorrectly credited to Ben Stein, due in no small part to the character having a monotone voice similar to that of Stein.
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The Boom microphone is visible in 6 episodes.
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The series had a crew and cast of 39 people.
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For the first season, there was no official press or Nickelodeon photography done.
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The cast had gone to Florida to visit Nickelodeon Studios.
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