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At one point Paul Douglas, defending his idea, tells Ginger Rogers that people said the Wright Brothers' and Robert Fulton's inventions would never work. This echoes the song "They All Laughed," which Rogers sang in Shall We Dance in 1937: "They all laughed at Fulton and his steamboat....They all laughed at Wilbur and his brother when they said that man could fly."
Crux of plot hinges on efforts of a Broadway producer and playwright to find ideal actresses to star in a play about a troubled mother/daughter relationship. Yet when the pair attends a summer stock production of the play, large poster outside theatre only includes photos of actress playing daughter and two male co-stars - completely ignoring actress who plays crucial mother role that's been talked about throughout entire film.
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