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Other than a few clunky dance steps, most of Eddie Albert's dancing in the "Slaughter on 10th Avenue" number was done by a dance double.
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In the "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" number, Eddie Albert runs up a set of stairs and falls down them again. As he stands up, he draws near the man he has killed, coming from stage left. The camera pans down Eddie Albert's legs to a full shot of the dead man. As the camera pans up again, Eddie Albert's dance double (and his tell-tale shadow), jump into the scene from stage right.
Lorenz Hart, the lyricist for the original Broadway show, receives onscreen credit, but his lyrics are never sung at all in the film.
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