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To pacify 104 sex-starved male soldiers building an Arctic radar base, Army psychologist Vicki Loren suggests choosing one by lot to have a "perfect furlough" as selected by the men: three ... See full summary »
Upon Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh starring in their first film together, Houdini (1953), there was a controversy who would get top billing. Janet Leigh had more seniority, as she made her feature film debut in 1947, while Tony Curtis (who had played bit parts and extras) finally made his in 1951. However, Leigh said that she would take second billing to Curtis in any picture they made together. Hence the reason Curtis gets billing over Leigh in this film.
He's loose in Paris?
Harvey Franklin: ...Well?
Liz Baker: Well...everybody's loose in Paris.
When Lt. Loren falls into the grape crushing vat, she is shown submerged up to the top of her uniform, with some grape juice getting on her cap. When she sits up, she only has grape juice up about halfway on her sleeves, and nothing on her cap. When she returns to the hotel, her uniform is just spotty with grape juice, as if she had it spilled on her, and not as if she had been sitting in it.
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