Upon Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh starring in their first film together, Houdini (1953), there was a controversy who would get top billing. Leigh had more seniority, as she made her feature film debut in 1947, while 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.
While taking a bath at the country house, Lt. Loren is shown washing her hair, with her hair completely wet. A short time later she is shown out of the tub, but her hair is perfectly dry, and beautifully coiffed, including there being curls.
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