Burnett encountered actor Henry G. Sanders
in the elevator of the building where he worked. He immediately asked him to do a screen test for the film, because he found he had an unusual face. See more
After Stan and his friend load the engine block on the truck, they drive away and it falls out, and a car is then seen parked along the curb. The car was not there when they carried the engine out. See more
[to his older son
You let anyone jump on your brother again, and you just stand and watch - boy, I'll beat you to death! I don't care who started what, or whether he was winnin' or losin'; well, you get a thick oh-oh-oh-oh-oh, a goddam brick, get *anything*, and you knock the shit out of whoever fightin' your brother! 'Cause if anything was to happen to me or your mother, you ain't got nobody except your brother. And this goes for him, too - and he knows! You're the one that keep ...
West End Blues
Written by King Oliver and Clarence Williams
Performed by Louis Armstrong See more