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My Reputation (1946) Poster

(1946)

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Filmed from November 1943 to January 1944, and not generally released until 1946. It was only screened for military audiences during the war as the studio thought it would be more well-received by the general public after the war ended.
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First film since the inception of the "Production code" in the 1930's to show a double bed in a married couple's bedroom.
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Originally George Brent was to have appeared with equal billing, but by the time the movie was actually prepared to be released he had switched studios. So the Barbara Stanwyck's name appears alone.
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Ginna's husband, played by John Ridghely, is named Cary Abbott, and his Lake Tahoe cabin is referred to as the Grant cabin, a probable in-joke.
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One of Barbara Stanwyck's sons asks her what team Joe DiMaggio used to play for. Although DiMaggio had rejoined the Yankees in 1946, when this film was released, he was in military service during 1943, when the film was actually filmed.
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on April 21, 1947 with Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent reprising their film roles. Screen Guild Playhouse also did a radio adaptation on July 7, 1947.
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The Nissen Hut where the movie "My Reputation" had its world premiere was located in the base cinema on the 467th Bomb Group airbase in Rackheath, England.
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The world premiere was held in a Nissen Hut "somewhere in England".
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The Shakespeare quote at the beginning of the film is said by Iago in "Othello", Act 3, Scene 3.
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By the insignia on his uniform, Major Landis is serving in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and is wearing the appropriate Army Service Forces patch on his left shoulder.
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The poem Paul quotes in his letter to Jessica is by the English poet Christina Rosetti (1830-1894). It is the last two lines from her poem "Remember".
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Edith Head was borrowed from Paramount to design Barbara Stanwyck's costumes.
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George Brent's final film at Warner Bros.
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Production was shut down for two weeks when Barbara Stanwyck came down with the flu.
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