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The Beatles' "I'm Looking Through You" is used in the movie, one of the very few occasions where the original version of a Beatles song has been used in a film.
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Dr. Bertram Pincus is named after the inventor of dental veneers, Dr. Charles Pincus.
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The second mummy mentioned in the speech on Egyptology was referred to "mummy 1999.1.4". This is the official designation for the mummy of Rameses I.
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Gwen's Egypt exhibition is called "Voices of the Dead" - which is exactly what Dr. Pincus experiences in the film.
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The WWII nurse ghost is played by Betty Gilpin. She became famous for portraying a doctor - Dr. Carrie Roman in Showtime's 'Nurse Jackie'.
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Ironically, Ricky Gervais is an outspoken atheist in real life.
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The New York Times crossword puzzle seen within the first 10 minutes when Dr. Pincus (Ricky Gervais) first comes home is the puzzle from Monday, October 1, 2007 (Created by Will Shortz).
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One of the brownstone background buildings in the film is also used as the Sheffield residence on 'The Nanny'.
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