PG-13 | | Drama, Musical, Romance
The music most asociated with the Can Can dance, which is also used in this movie, comes from Jacques Offenbach's 1858 operetta "Orfée aux enfers" ("Oroheus in the Underworld"). It is called "The Infernal Galop." A galop is a fast country dance ... ...
There was a boy, a very strange enchanted boy...
The color of Satine's lipstick during the opening sequence for "Diamonds Are a Girls Best Friend".
The ending credits are printed on two (very long) hand painted rolls of paper. The camera is still while the paper is scrolled past. The place where the two pieces are joined is clearly visible. The crew tried to hide the splice, but couldn't make it look good enough, and so decided to keep it as seen in the movie.
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AUD 3,739,000 (Australia) (27 May 2001)