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Several characters from the play (and from Ruth McKinney's real-life experiences) were changed for the movie. In real life, the "fortune teller" Effie Shelton was a prostitute named Violet who had previously occupied the Greenwich Village apartment. The McKinney sisters often returned home to find Violet's customers waiting for her in their apartment. Also, the football player, Wreck, and his wife are depicted as a married couple in the film. In real life, and in the Broadway play, they were not married but lived together.
Well, for a place with a bad location and no neon sign, we're doing a whale of a business!
When Bob puts Ruth in the taxicab outside of the police station, the shadow of the boom mic can be seen moving across the hood of the cab.