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* CreatorBacklash: When asked to comment on the film during production, actress Katharine Ross replied, "It's the biggest piece of crap I've ever done!" Then the reporter asked Vera Miles to respond to Ross's comment. She thought for a moment and said, "Well, it's not the biggest piece of crap I'VE ever done!"

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* CreatorBacklash: When asked to comment on the film during production, actress Katharine Ross replied, "It's the biggest piece of crap I've ever done!" Then the reporter asked Vera Miles Creator/VeraMiles to respond to Ross's Ross' comment. She thought for a moment and said, "Well, it's not the biggest piece of crap I'VE ever done!"



* WrittenInInfirmity: Jay C. Flippen had a leg amputated due to infection in 1965 while filming ''Film/CatBallou''. That is why he played Jack Lomax as being wheelchair bound, with the reason given that the character had broken his back fighting a fire.

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* WrittenInInfirmity: Jay C. Flippen had a leg amputated due to infection in 1965 while filming ''Film/CatBallou''. That is why he played Jack Lomax as being wheelchair bound, with the reason given that the character had broken his back fighting a fire.fire.
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* HeyItsThatPlace: When Tish Buckman and Greg Parker look at the house they plan to move into after they wed, it's the same house used as the Douglas home in ''Series/MyThreeSons''. It was later used as one of the houses on [[Series/DesperateHousewives Wysteria Lane]].
* HostilityOnTheSet: Katharine Ross and Creator/JohnWayne had many arguments over his very vocal support for UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar.

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* CreatorBacklash: When asked to comment on the film during production, actress Katharine Ross replied, "It's the biggest piece of crap I've ever done!" Then the reporter asked Vera Miles to respond to Ross's comment. She thought for a moment and said, "Well, it's not the biggest piece of crap I'VE ever done!"
* WrittenInInfirmity: Jay C. Flippen had a leg amputated due to infection in 1965 while filming ''Film/CatBallou''. That is why he played Jack Lomax as being wheelchair bound, with the reason given that the character had broken his back fighting a fire.

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