In Helen Forrest's 1982 autobiography, "I Had the Craziest Dream" (co-written with Bill Liddy), the vocalist with Harry James and His Orchestra recalled being baffled as to why costume designer Earl Luick would dress her in Native American garb for her walking-while-singing entrance midway through the smash ballad, "I Had the Craziest Dream" (music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Mack Gordon).
What are you doing tending bar?
McTavish: Well, sir, I wanted to learn about life... and the present. For 20 years I've been shut up learning about the past.
Dan Christy: McTavish, this begins to sound like a gag. You certainly look like a bartender.
McTavish: Really? Oh... Oh, thank ...
Early on Dan is given a plane ticket to Lake Louise. In fact, the closest airport to Lake Louise is 200 km. away in Calgary, Alberta.