PG | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
The art work used in the credits and inter-titles were inspired by The Saturday Evening Post, a weekly publication that enjoyed its biggest popularity during the 1930s, the time period in which the story takes place.
Dukey, if this thing blows up, the Feds will be the least of our problems.
When Gondorff is sobered up, his hair, position and the state of his soaked pants change between shots.
The opening animated logo for Universal Pictures is in 1930s style, matching the movie's setting, instead of the 1970s version.
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