personally bought the film rights to Edna L. Lee
's novel "The Queen Bee" for $15,000, then sold them to Columbia under the following conditions: she would star, Jerry Wald
would produce, Ranald MacDougall
would write the screenplay and direct the film, Charles Lang
would be the film's cinematographer and she would have contractual approval on her costume, make-up and hair designers. Each of these conditions was fulfilled. See more
When Jen goes to ask Avery for help in stopping Eva from interfering in his sister's wedding, Avery pronounces his wife's name as "Ava," when her name is "Eva." See more
There's just one little thing. I know it sounds terrible, but with everything happening so quickly, won't people wonder and talk? People will talk, you know, without reason of course. There isn't any reason, is there?
Carol Lee Phillips
No Eva, not the way you mean. This may come as a surprise to you, but the only reason we're getting married is because we love each other.
Just thought I'd ask. You know how people are.
Whatever you are Eva, you're on wheels!