History Trivia / TheGreatRace

8th Aug '16 6:41:45 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* DuelingWorks: The far more commercially and critically successful ''Film/ThoseMagnificentMenInTheirFlying_Machines'' had been released not a month prior by Fox, which hurt the film in both departments (though it still made over double its budget at the box office).

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* DuelingWorks: The far more commercially and critically successful ''Film/ThoseMagnificentMenInTheirFlying_Machines'' ''Film/ThoseMagnificentMenInTheirFlyingMachines'' had been released not a month prior by Fox, which hurt the film in both departments (though it still made over double its budget at the box office).
8th Aug '16 6:41:36 PM DuckDuckNoose
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* BigBudgetBeefUp: While crafted as a loving tribute to the often-dirt cheap medium of silent film, the sheer scale, ambition, and length of Edwards' story made the film, at the time, the most expensive comedy in history (roughly $90 million when adjusted for inflation).[[note]]Part of this was due to contractual negotiations; after Curtis's agent got him signed for $25,000 more than Lemmon and Wood, he proceeded to then advocate for them to all be paid equally.[[/note]]
* DuelingWorks: The far more commercially and critically successful ''Film/ThoseMagnificentMenInTheirFlying_Machines'' had been released not a month prior by Fox, which hurt the film in both departments (though it still made over double its budget at the box office).
14th Apr '14 7:54:26 PM ZeroWizard
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* ThoseTwoActors: Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood in their third (and final) film together, and Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in their second of two. Although, ask anyone to name a Tony Curtis/Jack Lemmon film, they'll probably think of [[SomeLikeItHot the other one]].
4th Mar '14 9:46:52 AM m8e
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* ProductionPosse: Blake Edwards, director and co-writer, apparently brought along a good number of the personnel he'd previously worked with on his [[Series/PeterGunn television]] [[Series/MrLucky shows]], most prominently Music/HenryMancini and Ross Martin.

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* ProductionPosse: Blake Edwards, Creator/BlakeEdwards, director and co-writer, apparently brought along a good number of the personnel he'd previously worked with on his [[Series/PeterGunn television]] [[Series/MrLucky shows]], most prominently Music/HenryMancini and Ross Martin.
27th Nov '13 2:27:21 PM Aquila89
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* NonSingingVoice: Robin Ward sang "The Sweetheart Tree" instead of Natalie Wood. Wood sang "My Country 'tis of Thee" herself earlier on...you can tell because she sounds off-key.
11th Nov '12 4:02:35 PM Tarlonniel
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* ProductionPosse: Blake Edwards, director and co-writer, apparently brought along a good number of the personnel he'd previously worked with on his [[Series/PeterGunn television]] [[Series/MrLucky shows]], most prominently Music/HenryMancini and Ross Martin.
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