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Cypress Gardens - 2600 S. Lake Summit Drive, Winter Haven, Florida, USA, closed in September 2009, 68 years after filming of this movie.
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Despite the title, the famous song "Moon Over Miami" is not performed in the film.
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Betty Grable's dance partner in the number "Kindergarten Conga" was choreographer Hermes Pan, who also staged the musical numbers in this movie.
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The $55,000 inheritance is worth about $941,323 in 2018; the $4,287.96 is $73,388.
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The play originally opened in London, England, UK on 26 April 1938.
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Virginia Gilmore and Gene Tierney or Arline Judge were conceived to appear in the roles of Barbara and Susan.
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John Payne and Dana Andrews were under consideration for the male leading roles.
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If you see credits elsewhere for Frank and/or Harry Condos for this film, it likely came from bad information. Frank Condos and Nick Condos were the Condos Brothers in live performances from 1929 to the mid-30s, including 1 film in 1932. Harry was listed in a 1930 Playbill, but that's likely a misprint since Frank (also in the Playbill) was dancing with Nick at the time, and they took their act to Europe. All film credits after 1932 for Condos Brothers refer to brothers Nick and Steve Condos.
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Joan Davis was cast in early March 1941, but was eventually replaced by Carole Landis.
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In late March 1941, Laird Cregar was replaced by George Lessey in the role of "William Bolton" due to Cregar's illness.
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The otherwise excellent DVD transfer, as shown on TCM and FXM, begins with a fuzzy, cropped 1950s wide screen TCF logo, not the familiar sharp, bright and correctly proportioned original design seen on all the TCF Technicolor films up until 1953.
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