| Drama, Romance
Michael 'Mike' Bradley:
How about some lunch?
Diane Lovering: I could eat a horse.
Michael 'Mike' Bradley: I wish you would.
John L. 'Johnnie' Smith: Well, if he's got anything to do with the ordering, you'll probably get mule meat.
In the opening scene, Joan Crawford's character, Diane Lovering, is shown sitting in the back of an open-cockpit racing boat, racing across New York harbor for an extended period. We see her get splashed and sprayed on from all different directions. Yet a moment later when the boat docks and Diane steps out, she is completely dry - not a drop of water anywhere on her, and her hair and clothing are perfectly neat.
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