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(1953)

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During the Beverly Hills tour of movie star homes, the houses the driver says belong to Jack Benny and James Stewart are their actual homes on Roxbury Drive.
The first instance of a female star directing herself.
This would be the last feature film directed by Ida Lupino for more than 12 years until The Trouble with Angels (1966).
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During the tour of the Hollywood stars, the driver points out the home of Edmund Gwenn, the star of Miracle on 34th Street (1947). Gwenn is in fact also in the film, playing Mr Jordan.
This is the only time Ida Lupino ever directed herself.
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There are several in-jokes about Santa Claus and Kris Kringle in the film, all at the expense of co-star Edmund Gwenn who played Kringle in the film Miracle on 34th Street (1947).
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Originally set up as an RKO production, it fell into difficulties when RKO pulled out, leaving the film without distribution.
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A public domain film, hence the numerous different variants of it, most of them not terribly good quality.
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Writer-producer Collier Young was the then husband of Joan Fontaine and had previously been married to Ida Lupino.
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Included among the "1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die", edited by Steven Schneider.
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The $20,000 Jordan says is the Graham's income would equate to about $178,000 in 2015.
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The wind-up toy Eve buys in anticipation of the adoption is a Louis Marx & Co. "George the Drummer Boy" lithographed tin toy. In good working condition, it would be worth $100-200 or more in 2015.
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Jane Wagner was originally set to play one of the wives but backed out at the last minute. Joan Fontaine took on the role instead.
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