The character of the music critic Al Newman, played by Louis Jean Heydt
, is named after Alfred Newman
, long the head of 20th Century-Fox's music department, who also co-wrote the song "Through a Long and Sleepless Night" for this film. See more
With snow on the ground, when sisters appear at the hill at 6:30 AM on which they wish to build their children's hospital, and at various times at the song-writer's home, it is light, rather than dark at that hour as it would be in winter. See more
I seem to recall the city wanting to build a playground in your neighborhood. And the moment you heard about it, you went around ringing doorbells, trying to get people to sign a petition against it.
Yeah, but... well, that was different.
Different, yeah, because it happened to *you*.
Mr. Buzz Thompson-Cooper
It is rather a bit different, Bob. One must consider the humanitarian aspects, mustn't one?
One must, and I have. Look, supposing you'd worked all your life, hoping some day to be able to build a place in the ...
Through a Long and Sleepless Night
Music by Alfred Newman
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Performed by Dorothy Patrick
(dubbed by Eileen Wilson
) (uncredited) and by Hugh Marlowe (dubbed by Ken Darby
) (uncredited) See more