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One of the puppets in 'The Cobbler and the Elves' sequence was "The Yawning Man" from the 1958 Pal feature "Tom Thumb".
Don't you worry, sir. I'll be just as good a master to you as you were to me.
Automobile visible driving in the distance when the brothers are walking along the street.
At the end, the credits simply say: "And they lived happily ever after". There is no "The End" credit or "Cast of Characters".
When shown in regular theatres rather than ones equipped for Cinerama, the film was shown as a regular anamorphic widescreen film. However, it had not been shot that way, so the "lines" at which the three strips of film used in Cinerama were joined were visible onscreen. Films such as the 1955 "Oklahoma!", which was first shown in Todd-AO, were actually filmed in two versions, one for a Todd-AO screen and one for a Cinemascope screen.
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