PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A Hollywood fixer in the 1950s works to keep the studio's stars in line.
Costume designer Mary Zophres cited the work of mid-century couturier Charles James as her influence on the large, architectural ballgowns that appear in the 'Merrily We Dance' scenes.
It's all in the hips, the lips, and the eyes and the thighs.
In the Dames dance scene, a sailor slides along the bar (twice) clearing it of bottles. Immediately, that sailor slides onto a bar stool (between two other sailors) and a beer bottle is seen standing up directly behind him.
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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