PG-13 | | Comedy, Mystery
Ralph Fiennes's first film was Great Performances: A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia (1992), in which he played T.E. Lawrence. George Clooney's uncle, José Ferrer, appeared in Lawrence of Arabia (1962).
Mary Jo was a guest at a costume party. This isn't even her dirndl.
During the "No Dames" dance number, there's a drunken sailor passed out at the bar. When Burt Gurney does a slide along the bar, and other dance moves, the drunken sailor is no longer there. Later, when Gurney leaves the bar, the sailor is back at his spot, still passed out.
The movie's title "Hail, Caesar!" appears onscreen as the title of the biblical epic that Eddie is watching in dailies.
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