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The closing titles mention the term "In like Flynn" but do not give the context. Errol Flynn was able to charm his way into and out of any situation and he had a reputation for being extremely good at it. To be in like Flynn meant to be totally assured of success.
In the 1960s, this expression evolved into an actual movie character, Derek Flint, in the spy spoof films Our Man Flint (1966) and In Like Flint (1967).
Dook and Rex are throwing up from sea-sickness, yet it can be clearly seen from the water that the boat is docked and is not rocking.
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