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Double Dynamite (1951) Poster

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Filmed between November 22 and mid-December 1948, the movie was held back three years until its Manhattan opening at the Paramount Theatre on December 25, 1951.
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The title "Double Dynamite" is a reference to Jane Russell's breasts, which are actually well covered throughout the movie.
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The police report on Johnny says he "resembles Frank Sinatra".
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Final film of director Irving Cummings.
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Frank Sinatra was originally supposed to receive top billing in the film, but was reduced to third at the insistence of producer Howard Hughes.
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Assisted by The Modernaires (who did not appear in the movie), Frank Sinatra and Jane Russell recorded a Columbia single of their cozy film duet, "Kisses and Tears" (music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn). An earlier Sinatra-Page Cavanaugh Trio waxing of the ditty hadn't been issued by Columbia.
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Using the picture's original title, "It's Only Money," Jule Styne (music) and Sammy Cahn (lyrics) provided a comical song for Frank Sinatra and Groucho Marx (a duet) plus Jane Russell (a trio reprise).
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