When Artie and his father are driving in the truck, discussing Artie's future, passing trees are reflected on the windshield. At the end of the conversation, a street light is reflected that did not exist in 1951 (the setting of the movie). See more »
There's one thing you learn in this business, and you learn it over and over: There'll always be a bigger agent, there'll always be a better job and they'll always be a prettier girl.
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I originally saw this film while I was working as a musician doing musical theatre in summer stock. If you've ever done any work in theatre - especially at a summer stock theatre - you'll really enjoy this film.
Yes, there are some moments of really bad writing in the film, but overall it's a lovely tribute to the theatre and why people love it.
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