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In Samuel Fuller's original script, the film ended with a violent rebellion by Marat against the system that kept him and Marsh apart. The studio had National Velvet (1944) scriptwriter Helen Deutsch step in to pen a soft-suds rewrite.
I'm no longer asking you to say goodbye. I'm just saying it!
Following the opening credits the camera pans onto the curb edge of the road which reads HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
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