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John Garfield, a method actor, tried to get an emotional bond with the character Joan Crawford played by looking deeply in her eyes. This deeply unnerved Crawford, who told the director: "Tell him to stop looking at me!"
I spend my life doing penance for things I never should have done in the first place.
Outside the beach house owned by Helen Wright (Joan Crawford), there is an ornate lantern on top of a post by the stairs leading from the house's terrace to the beach. In early sequences, the lantern has no glass and a bare light bulb is visible. Later sequences show the lantern with its glass installed, concealing the bulb.
The opening credits are presented on the turning pages of the sheet music for the composition "Humoresque".
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