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The Notorious Landlady (1962) Poster

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Jack Lemmon's father appears in the movie in a non-speaking role.
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When this movie was shown on CBS' Thursday Night At The Movies in 1965, the reels were shown out of sequence. Nobody at the network noticed at first but at approximately 10:30 p.m. the movie suddenly stopped and an announcer's voice was heard apologizing for the mix up. CBS then showed the entire movie from the beginning and it finally ended at about 1 a.m.
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Larry Gelbart's film writing debut.
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During a conversation with his landlady Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon asks her, "Do you know 'My Funny Valentine?'" In the 1957 film Pal Joey (1957), Kim Novak's character Linda English performs the song, "My Funny Valentine" during the rehearsals prior to Joey's night club's opening.
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Sammy Fain and Mack David wrote a title song for the film and Fred Astaire recorded it on May 16, 1962, but it wasn't included in the final release version of the film.
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Carter DeHaven's last film to work on.
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First film of Harold Innocent.
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A lobby card for this film enjoys an extended appearance in "Requiem for a Heavyweight" as Anthony Quinn applies as an usher.
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