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Vicky Barton visits Paris with her brother Johnny, only to discover the following morning he has gone missing and the hotel staff have no recollection of his presence.
A version of the same story, titled "Maybe You Will Remember," appears in the third book of Alvin Schwartz's "Scary Stories to tell in the Dark" children's book series.
When you were dancing, did he say anything?
Rhoda O'Donovan: He said he loved Paris, he loved his studio, he loved his painting, he loved dancing, but he didn't say anything about loving me.
Mrs. O'Donovan: You don't encourage him, Rhoda, that's the trouble. How do you expect him to ...
At the end of the film at the hospital, there is a statue of St. Therese of Lisieux. The Exposition took place in 1889, eight years before Therese died, and she wasn't made a saint until about 1925.
The same story is alluded to in Ernest Hemingway's early satirical novel "The Torrents of Spring," published in 1926, the same year as "The Sun Also Rises." One of the characters recounts the events as having happened to her. By way of explanation, Hemingway recounts the tale, the version with the mother, in the afterword, the "Author's Final Note to the Reader."
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