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Everyone Says I Love You (1996) Poster

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Woody Allen had to tell Goldie Hawn to try to sing worse because she sang too well to be believable as a normal person just breaking into song.
The actors sing their own songs except for Drew Barrymore, who convinced Woody Allen that her singing was too awful even for the realistic singing voices he was after. She said she doesn't even sing in the shower.
Woody Allen did not tell the actors that it was a musical until after they signed their contracts.
Tracey Ullman and Liv Tyler filmed scenes for this film, but all were cut by director Woody Allen to reduce running time.
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The title of the film comes from a song in the Marx Brothers movie Horse Feathers (1932). One of the songs, "Hooray for Captain Spaulding" (which is sung in French), is from another Marx Brothers movie, Animal Crackers (1930). Another soundtrack song, "You Brought a New Kind of Love To Me," was sung by the Marx Brothers imitating Maurice Chevalier in Monkey Business (1931).
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Drew Barrymore had to wear a wig because her hair was purple at the time.
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Edward Norton proved to be such a good singer that Woody Allen had to ask him to sing less well.
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Drew Barrymore was the only member of the cast to be dubbed for her singing. Olivia Hayman provided her voice.
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Bob (Alan Alda)'s guest for the dinner party, Arnold, is played by David Ogden Stiers, Alda's co-star and room-mate on M*A*S*H for 6 years.
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In the Harry Winston dance sequence, Edward Norton's dancing resembles that of Groucho Marx in Animal Crackers, the character celebrated later in this film, when they perform Hooray for Captain Spaulding in French.
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In the foreign release of this film the producers wanted all the singing in English, and all the dialog dubbed. There is one scene where Goldie Hawn is speaking while Alan Alda is singing live on the set. This segment of singing had to be re-dubbed into English by Vocal Contortionist Jeff Bergman - Segment Produced by Roy Yokelson.
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The first Woody Allen film since Love and Death (1975) to be shot outside of New York.
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The narrator, D. J. (played by Natasha Lyonne), says that her real name Djuna (after the novelist Djuna Barnes, who wrote Nightwood). Barnes was later a very minor character in Allen's 2011 movie Midnight in Paris.
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Kim Rossi Stuart's role in the film ended up on the cutting room floor.
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When shooting the dance numbers, Woody Allen followed the Fred Astaire method of filming the dance routines in one or a few continuous camera shots, showing the dancer(s) from head to foot.
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Referred to, in the title story of the short-story collection 'We Were Writers for Disastrous Love Affairs Magazine' by Adam Thomlison, as "that Woody Allen musical." It is to date Allen's only musical.
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