Approved | | Drama, Comedy, Romance
A World War II veteran wants to return to advertising on his own terms, but finds it difficult to be successful and maintain his integrity.
Even in 1947, there were "fears about reprisals from MCA" over the portrayals of Jules Stein and Lew Wasserman, and Vic says on several occasions that "Dave Lash is an honest man" when the dispute arises over the Buddy Hare contract. The other problem was Lash/Stein's ethnicity: in the novel, Vic tells Lash people will call his honesty into question because he is a Jew; Luther Davis removed all references to Lash's ethnicity and made him a kid who had been in trouble but had "gone straight" and succeeded.
Hi yuh, chum1 Just call me buddy.
Victor Albee Norman: hi, and most people call me Vic. You can call me Victor.
At the Kimberly's apartment, Kay sits at the opposite end of a couch from Mrs. Kimberly. In the next shot they are sitting side by side.
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