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
When the nuns first leave the train station with Anthony in the jeep, the jeep has chains on the rear wheels. When they arrive at Mrs. Potts house, the chains are gone. 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