's inability to report to work as scheduled resulted in several continuity glitches in the final print, as there was not enough coverage. Two examples: the final shots of "Howdy Neighbor (Happy Harvest)," which necessitated two incrementally blown-up frames to cover the stark shift to a completely different background shot than had been used prior; and the final moment in the scene following "Friendly Star," during which Garland's distraught, overly emotional state necessitates a quick cut to the moon and an awkward freeze-frame to facilitate the transition to the next scene. See more
During the "newspaper dance," it can be seen the papers are printed only on one side, indicating that something other than newsprint stock was used, probably a heavier bond paper that was scored to allow for the clean tears. See more
Joe D. Ross
When the show's over and it's the success I hope it is, we've got alot of talking to do.
Joe D. Ross
Oh, all kinds of things. First I want to hear the story of your life. Everything that's ever happened to you since you were so high. And then I want to know what you eat for breakfast, what's your favorite color, what comic strips you read. Then we'll talk about shoes, and ships, and sealing wax, and shows. Farms. Families. Oh it may take hours. Weeks. Years. I want to know everything.