The production did not just reuse rooms from the "Sunset Boulevard" set but fixtures and furnishings too. The most obvious is Norma Desmond's famous staircase with only the back walls and windows changed. When Humphrey recounts his duel to the death he collapses into a red brocade wing chair, very prominent when Norma does her Chaplin act, and beside him is a heavy sideboard which otherwise stood beneath Norma's full-length portrait covered in her photograph frames. One of the large cherub candelabra from Norma's bedroom also stands in the Floud's drawing room, as well as many other shared lamps, mirrors and chairs.
A kiss like that could kill a guy!"
Bob Hope stifles a laugh when, having served Norma Varden, he almost knocks the teapot over turning back with the sugar bowl.
"Starring Mr. Robert Hope (Formerly Bob)".