The Lana Turner house shown in the film is where Turner's boyfriend, mob-connected Johnny Stompanato, was killed in her bedroom (second floor, far left) in 1958. Laura Hope Crews was the original owner of the house (1936). See more »
When the baby is holding the Moe Howard key chain, there should have been a close-up of this prop in the baby's hand. The director forgot to film this, so the insert of the Moe Howard key chain is a jpeg taken with a digital camera. See more »
As Camille said: "They say that in Russia, it's what you do not see which counts."
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A close-up of a Hollywood Blvd. street sign is used for the word "Hollywood" in the title at the beginning of the film. See more »