Unrated | | Drama, Romance
The radio seen in the Ives' Manhattan townhouse - an obvious product placement with the close-up - is a Brunswick Panatrope model S-31 made by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company of Chicago. It also includes a 78 rpm turntable on top. In good ... ...
Anne Vincent Ives:
We used to be gay and young together. Now, we're only gay when we're around other people.
As Dick and Anne are walking out of the kitchen, about five minutes into the film, a moving shadow of the boom microphone is visible on the wall to the left.
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