Approved | | Comedy, Romance
After five years lost at sea, a missing wife thought long dead returns just after her husband remarries.
As most people who see this film know, this film's a re-worked version of what would've been Marilyn Monroe's Something's Got to Give (1962), and there's many bits of trivia surrounding this production. Elliot Reid, who plays Dr. Schlick in this version, had co-started with Marilyn in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), as Ernie Malone, who's sent by Lorelei (Marilyn) Lee's boyfriend (Gus Edmond)'s father, to spy on her, so he can prevent his son from her.
My wife is alive. My wife is alive. My wife is alive.
Seymour: So's mine, buddy. That's why I drink!
Nick asks the judge to turn from page 4 to 7 in the brief. When the judge says "Here it is: page 7," he has turned over only two (one-sided) pages and would actually be on 6. (And just before he does this, the number of already-overturned pages differs from one camera angle to the other.)
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