PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
The split-screen telephone calls scenes are direct homages to 1950s and 1960s screwball comedies, Pillow Talk (1959), in particular.
The place: New York City. The time: Now, 1962. And there's no time or place like it. If you've got a dream, this is the place to make that dream come true. That's why the soaring population of hopeful dreamers has just reached eight million people. ...
Catcher prepares for his date with Barbara to "Fly Me to the Moon" by Frank Sinatra, which was not released until 1964.
The movie opens with the big CinemaScope logo 20th Century Fox used fifty years before.
The TV version distributed in the UK excludes most of the split-screen phone call, presumably for time and due to the potential interpretation of the cinematography.
$45,029 11 May 2003
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