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The picture was filmed almost entirely in U.S. state of Colorado. This American state in the USA doubles for nearly eight other states there, as well as Broadway in New York City.
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Liana Liberato and Patrick Schwarzenegger previously worked together before on Stuck in Love (2012).
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The film's title refers to former Democrat First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt who was married to four-term elected Democrat American President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was married to Democrat American President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Patrick Schwarzenegger, who plays Bud, is the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is a Republican, and Maria Shriver, who is a Democrat.
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Actress Meggie Maddock, who is briefly seen as Marilyn Monroe, shares the same "M.M." initials as her character.
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The film, relating to a visit to former Democrat First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, was made and first released during the last whole year of the Democrat Presidency of two-term Democrat American President Barack Obama.
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The movie, relating to a visit to former Democrat First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, is set in 1962, during the Democrat Presidency of Democrat American President John F. Kennedy.
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The make and model of the car that the two teenage girls take a joy-ride cross-country road-trip in was a blue convertible 1948 Chrysler Windsor.
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This motion picture's opening title card reads: "August 5th 1962".
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