Columbia did not have much faith in the film and released it without much fanfare and little advertising. It was quickly pushed out to secondary theaters where it suddenly became a runaway success, and eventually became Columbia's biggest hit to date. See more
[Detectives are looking for Ellie
What do you mean, coming in here? What do you want, anyway?
We're looking for somebody.
Yeah, well look your head off, but don't come busting in here. This isn't a public park. I could near as take a sock at you!
Take it easy, son, take it easy.
These men are detectives, Mr. Warne.
I don't care if they're the whole police department. They can't come busting in here, shooting questions at my wife.
Now, don't get so excited, Peter. The man just asked a civil ...
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
Written by Frank Churchill
and Ann Ronell
Sung a cappella by Clark Gable See more