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The novel upon which this film is based was first published in serial form in The Saturday Evening Post from 11 August to 29 September 1945.
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The radio station call letters, WMCB, were created by inserting Michael Curtiz' initials into those of Warner Bros.
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Composer Max Steiner recycles one of his themes from The Maltese Falcon (1941) in the soundtrack.
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Film debut of Fred Clark.
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There is an apparent in-joke when Hurd Hatfield compares Joan Caulfield's Mathilda character to her portrait, saying that she hasn't changed, but her portrait has, a clear reference to his signature film, The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945).
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The locomotive shown roaring out of the tunnel near the beginning of the film is a Southern Pacific GS-4, #4444. It was built by the Lima Locomotive Works in Lima, Ohio in 1941.
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This film's earliest documented telecasts took place in Cincinnati Thursday 2 August 1956 on WKRC (Channel 12, in Tucson Thursday 9 August 1956 on KDWI (Channel 9), in Phoenix Thursday 30 August 1956 on KVAR (Channel 12), in Los Angeles Sunday 2 September 1956 on KTLA (Channel 5) and in Miami Wednesday 12 September 1956 on WTVJ (Channel 4); it first aired in Indianapolis Saturday 20 October 1956 on WFBM (Channel 6), in Bellingham WA Saturday 24 November 1956 on KVOS (Channel 12), and in Portland OR Sunday 23 December 1956 on KOIN (Channel 6).
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Franz Waxman is the credited composer of the very effective score, en route to winning two consecutive Oscars, for Sunset Boulevard (1950) and A Place In The Sun (1951).
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First production in a 14 picture deal between director Michael Curtiz's new production company and Warner Bros.
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In an article in the 10 October 1946 edition of the New York Times, Humphrey Bogart was to have starred in this film but was unavailable, so the role went to Claude Rains.
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Joan Caulfield was borrowed from Paramount and Audrey Totter was borrowed from MGM for this film.
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In a 15 November 1946 article in the New York Times, Eve Arden was slated for a role in this film - most likely that of Jane, which went to Constance Bennett.
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