The book, "Rhubarb" was published in 1946. In it, Yeager takes his boss, Banner to the movies, to a "domestic comedy". Banner doesn't like the leading man, because he saw him play a drunk in another movie. Clearly they are referring to Ray Milland, in "The Lost Weekend", 1945. Five years later, Ray Milland played Yeager in "Rhubarb", 1951.
You're sneezing under oath. An untrue sneeze could find you guilty of perjury.
Near the beginning of the movie when Rhubarb is being chased by dogs across the golf course, Rhubarb runs into the bushes a golf ball lying on the ground shifts positions (without being touched) one second before the dogs enter the bushes.
The opening cast list ends: "and introducing the newest addition to Hollywood's great galaxy of stars -- that dynamic, exciting, scintillating personality RHUBARB (by special arrangement with the S.P.C.A.) ...A.H.A. Y.M.C.A. U.C.L.A. B.P.O.E. R.F.C.)"
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