Murray Silver, Jr. and Myra Lewis
sold the film rights to the book for one hundred fifteen thousand dollars, plus a share of the profits. The two were supposed to serve as Script Consultants, but after the rights were sold three times, they lost that role when Director Jim McBride
and Producer Adam Fields
opted to put some distance between the film crew and their real-life counterparts. See more
During the concert scene with the hot blonde fan in the white fringe top, she throws down her old cigarette when she starts to dance, but a moment later, she's magically holding a new freshly lit smoke. See more
"Jerry Lee here's a married man, ain't that right, Jerry Lee?"
"Well, that's not necessarily so, Lois."
" And just what do you mean by that?"
"Well, you see I was still married to my first wife when I married my second wife,so I never really was married to my second wife. And since I divorced my first wife a couple of years ago, I'm as free as a bird in a tree!"