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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie was originally conceived as a documentary about the war in Russia. When that fell through, it became a "semi-documentary" film that would be about the war in Russia, but filmed in Hollywood. Lillian Hellman's script was written for this version. Once production began, ExecutiveMeddling changed it into a typical wartime drama, much to the chagrin of Hellman.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie was originally conceived as a documentary about the war in Russia. When that fell through, it became a "semi-documentary" film that would still be about the war in Russia, but filmed in Hollywood. Lillian Hellman's script was written for this version. Once production began, ExecutiveMeddling changed it into a typical wartime drama, much to the chagrin of Hellman.


* CreatorBacklash: Creator/LillianHellman, who wrote the screenplay, did not appreciate the final film, which she described as a "big-time, sentimental, badly directed, badly acted mess."

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* CreatorBacklash: Creator/LillianHellman, who wrote the screenplay, did not appreciate the final film, which she described as a "big-time, sentimental, badly directed, badly acted mess.""
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The movie was originally conceived as a documentary about the war in Russia. When that fell through, it became a "semi-documentary" film that would be about the war in Russia, but filmed in Hollywood. Lillian Hellman's script was written for this version. Once production began, ExecutiveMeddling changed it into a typical wartime drama, much to the chagrin of Hellman.


* CaliforniaDoubling: Filmed on the Samuel Goldwyn Studios lot in West Hollywood. They actually tried to get permission to film in the Soviet Union, but Soviet officials pointed out that that would be just slightly impractical, what with UsefulNotes/WorldWarII still going on at the time.

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* CaliforniaDoubling: Filmed on the Samuel Goldwyn Studios lot in West Hollywood. They actually tried to get permission to film in the Soviet Union, but Soviet officials pointed out that that would be just slightly impractical, what with UsefulNotes/WorldWarII still going on at the time.time.
* CreatorBacklash: Creator/LillianHellman, who wrote the screenplay, did not appreciate the final film, which she described as a "big-time, sentimental, badly directed, badly acted mess."

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* CaliforniaDoubling: Filmed on the Samuel Goldwyn Studios lot in West Hollywood. They actually tried to get permission to film in the Soviet Union, but Soviet officials pointed out that that would be just slightly impractical, what with UsefulNotes/WorldWarII still going on at the time.

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