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When Stuart Rosenberg shot the convicts in the ditch watching Lucille, he used a stand-in for Joy Harmon: an overcoat-wearing 15-year-old girl. Despite the coat, George Kennedy remembered her teeth were chattering from the cold weather. He also wrote, "Those guys shivering in a ditch did ... ...
You gonna get used to wearin' them chains afer a while, Luke. Don't you never stop listenin' to them clinking. 'Cause they gonna remind you of what I been saying. For your own good.
Luke: Wish you'd stop being so good to me, Captain.
At one point in the movie a "white on red" stop sign is shown. In the film's late-1940s time period, stop signs were "black on yellow."
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Rance Howard, Actor and Father of Director Ron Howard, Dead at 89
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