When Charles is spotting his house at the end of the opening credits, he's not really standing in front of it (97 Rue Parmentier) but at the corner of Ave. Auguste Perret/Allée André Ampère.
I need to pull one last caper.
Ginette: The great caper, the fabulour business. I already heard that twice since our wedding. The first time, you came back after three years. The second time, I had to wait five years to see you again.
Charles: So what? Two unlucky ...
The place where Francis emerges on the roof is not backstage, but right above Palm Beach's main entrance. He is climbing out of a wooden box they placed there.
The film opens with MGM's 1956-57 logo.
The colored version is shorter than the original black & white film: 13 minutes are missing in this version (original cut: 116 min, colored cut: 103 min). No complete scenes are cut, but many scenes are shortened.