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When Laurie goes to the execution of Varney and faints, she does not know that Varney gets a full pardon minutes before he fries. She calls in a story about his death and gets transferred ... See full summary »
When George Brent runs into Charles Halton, whose character is called Gates, he says, "Greetings, Gates." This is a play on "Greetings, gate," a hipster phrase of the time, which Brent is obviously saying to annoy Gates, who is very old-fashioned and fussy.
I remember our first Prudence Maddox - started this column twenty-two years ago. She felt the same way you do. Thought she'd end up in an asylum.
Laurie Abbott: Where is she now?
Jimmy: In an asylum.
There is a grammatical error in the sign outside the Lonely Hearts Club. The sign reads "If You're Lonely, Your Welcome." Of course, the sign should read "If You're Lonely, You're Welcome."
Opening credits are on sheets of paper being placed in someone's In-Box..
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