PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
At one point, the Hearst syndicate is mentioned. This is a reference to William Randolph Hearst, the real-life inspiration for Citizen Kane (1941).
He didn't see a Roman or a Slave, but a man.
As Eddie Mannox is sitting in the projection room, we see prior to the main title 'Hail Caesar' a piece film the so-called leader. Normally a countdown from 10 to 0. In this case we see a fast running line and text "processed by Kodak", in a red color on a white base. This is a piece of leader used with Kodak Kodachrome Super 8 film only introduced in 1965.
At the end of the closing credits there is a disclaimer that reads "This motion picture contains no visual depiction of the godhead."
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