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Prestige (1931) Poster

(1931)

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Melvyn Douglas was borrowed from Samuel Goldwyn to replace the originally cast Robert Williams, who had died of a ruptured appendix on 3 November 1931 during production.
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Ann Harding flew herself to the Sarasota, Florida, filming location so that she could log a sufficient number of hours for her pilot's license.
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Local girl Eunice Coleman was hired as Ann Harding's photo double, leading to much coverage in the local press. Coleman, who had training as a circus performer, did some stunt work with elephants for the film.
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Lao Bao is a real town in Vietnam. It is in Quang Tri Province, roughly due north of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) along the border with Laos.
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Crew members Tommy Clark and W.E. Coleman were injured in a car accident while on location in Sarasota, Florida, on December 8, 1931.
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First sound picture for Guy Bates Post.
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