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(1963)

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Director Robert Aldrich intensely disliked Frank Sinatra's non-professional attitude and tried unsuccessfully to have him dismissed from the film.
Anita Ekberg and Ursula Andress both did nude screen tests, Hollywood's first. However, the censors removed all nudity from the finished film.
Ursula Andress, who plays Dean Martin's romantic interest in the film, later dated his son Ricci Martin in real life.
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About nine minutes in, after the stage wreck, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin both have dialog using a variation of the song title "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'", which was a mega-hit three years later for Sinatra's daughter Nancy Sinatra.
Sophia Loren turned down a paycheck of $1m for four weeks work.
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During one scene in the film, we see a building with a painted sign for the "SAM Company". "SAM" is the name of the production company that made the film and it stood for Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
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Bette Davis declined a role in this film to do Dead Ringer (1964).
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The role of Maxine Richter was originally intended for Gina Lollobrigida.
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The riverboat "Sultana" shares the same name with an overloaded Mississippi riverboat side-wheeler that exploded and sank on April 27, 1865, whilst transporting Union troops returning from Confederate prison camps during the closing days of the Civil War.
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Victor Buono worked again with Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra in Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964) and again with Martin in The Silencers (1966).
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Final film of Barbara Payton.
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Stunt debut of Gene LeBell.
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Before Frank Sinatra was in the picture, James Stewart and Robert Mitchum were pursued for the lead.
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Final film of Jack Lambert.
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Opening credits: The characters and events depicted in this photoplay are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or events is purely coincidental.
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