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Clark Gable spent two days working with a newsreel crew to get a feeling for his part.
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The film was one of MGM's biggest hit of the year.
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Production was delayed in August, 1938, when three hundred African American extras working on the film went on strike.
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The opening sequence of a fake bombing raid was allegedly conceived by Buster Keaton, then a freelance MGM gagman.
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Ray June took over as photographer for the last few days of shooting when Harold Rosson left to go on vacation. Also, Harrold Weinberger took over as assistant director when Joseph M. Newman became ill.
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This film received its initial television showing in New York City Friday 7 June 1957 on WCBS (Channel 2), in Los Angeles Friday 25 October 1957 on KTTV (Channel 11), and in San Francisco 18 January March 1958 on Channel 7 (KGO-TV).
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Buster Keaton worked as an uncredited gag man on the film.
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