PG-13 | | Drama
Marlon Brando filmed a screen test in New York City for an earlier, eventually abandoned, version of the film in 1947 on a break in rehearsals for the original Broadway production of "A Streetcar Named Desire".
First police officer:
Get up, get up. Mixed up in that beating on 12th street, huh?
Second police officer: No. Plain drunkenness.
When Jim goes to turn the car radio off, he turns the volume control, but that radio is turned off by pushing the leftmost pushbutton, which is clearly marked "OFF".
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