In one scene Peter Lawford's character, talking with his mother, says "In his autumn before the winter comes man's last mad surge of youth" to which his mother replies "What on earth are you talking about?". The audio of these two lines, as spoken, start the track "Don't Fall" on the the 1983 debut studio album "Script of the Bridge" by the Chameleons.
Lawrence Tyburt Patterson Jr:
In his autumn 'fore the winter comes man's last mad surge of youth
Mrs. Ella Patterson: What on earth are you talking about?
The film supposedly takes place in 1900, yet the dialogue references Rimsky-Korsakov's opera "Le Coq d'Or," which wasn't composed until 1907 and wasn't performed until 1909 (a year after Rimsky-Korsakov's death in 1908).