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The comic strip art in the film was done by Mel Keefer, the artist on Perry Mason, Mac Divot and Rick O'Shay comic strips. In addition, Alex Toth drew a comic strip of the characters as part of a teaser campaign to promote the film.
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Stanley Ford: Don't be silly, Your Honor: you're smashed.
Judge Blackstone: I'm as sober as a judge!
After the trial is over, Stanley and Charles are in the bar having a drink. The bartender hands them their drinks and goes behind Charles to tend to the bar. Sound is heard over their dialog, of cash register buttons being pushed and the total being rung. Problem is, if you look closely, the cash register is not on the customer side where the bartender is standing, but on the bottle side of the bar space. Who would put a cash register where a customer could reach into it? No, it's on the other side of the bar space, where no one is standing, so no one can be ringing them up.
At first, it only says How to Your Wife on the screen, in white letters. Then, the word Murder shows up in red letters in the space between the two rows of text.
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