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Kissing a Fool (1998) Poster

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The film is supposedly inspired by a short story, "The Tale of Impertinent Curiosity", included in Cervantes' "Don Quixote". Cervantes's short story, however, is a tragedy.
David Schwimmer's character, Max Abbitt, was named after the show's production accountant David Abbitt, who the producers felt bore a physical resemblance to Schwimmer.
Schwimmer received an executive producer credit on this picture as he contributed many notes for the screenplay overall--the idea to make his character a sportscaster, the location of Chicago and such.
Production Designer Charles William Breen plays Jay's literary agent at his book signing.
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The band featured in some of the scenes shot at the Green Mill is known as the Mighty Blue Kings.
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During the restaurant scene when a woman offers to sleep with Max, he turns to her and says "How you doin'?", an obvious nod to his work on the show "F·r·i·e·n·d·s", where this a recurring line.
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