Not Rated | | Drama, Film-Noir
Miklós Rózsa was nominated for his scores for both Spellbound (1945) and this film the same year. A theremin was used in both scores. David O. Selznick threatened legal action against the use of the instrument in "The Lost Weekend" until it was pointed out that the mere use of a particular ... ...
You better take this along, Don. It's gonna be cold on the farm.
Don Birnam: Okay.
Wick Birnem: How many shirts are you taking?
Don Birnam: Three.
Wick Birnem: I'm taking five.
Don Birnam: Five?
Wick Birnem: Yeah, I told them at the office I might not be back until Tuesday. We'll get there this afternoon. That'll give us ...
The flashback sequence takes place in 1934-1935 (as per the poster outside the Opera House), but all of Jane Wyman's hair styles and clothing, as well as those of the rest of the women in this sequence, are strictly 1944-1945, and remain so as the story moves ahead three years to 1937.
$9,460,000 (USA) (31 December 1946)
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