Passed | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
The radio show 'Quiz Kids' is referred to by Galt as he ponders who is attempting to frame him and why.
The stain... The ink, baby, the ink. I smeared ink on his white suit up in my office.
Kathleen Stewart: What of it?
Bradford Galt: He'd have to have the suit cleaned, wouldn't he? The cleaners would have his address, wouldn't they?
Kathleen Stewart: Well, this is a pretty dirty town. Cleaning places ...
When private investigator Bradford Galt strong-arms Fred Foss to reveal his home phone number, Foss replies, "CH-elsea 4-43510." However, according to the Manhattan phone book for 1946, they only had the CH-elsea 2 and CH-elsea 3 exchanges. However, they usually don't use existing phone numbers, instead use the 555 prefix which is reserved for movie making purposes. Therefore non-existing phone numbers are not subject as a factual mistake.