PG | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
George Roy Hill wanted the film to be a stylish one that accurately reflected the feel not only of 1930s Chicago but also of old Hollywood films from the era as well. Hill along with Art Director Henry Bumstead and Cinematographer Robert Surtees devised a colour scheme of muted browns and ... ...
Tough luck, Lonnehan. But that's what you get for playing with your head up your ass!
In most every scene in the diner, ketchup bottles can be seen with "lug" type caps that were not invented until the late 1960s.
The opening animated logo for Universal Pictures is in 1930s style, matching the movie's setting, instead of the 1970s version.
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