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Are we on familiar ground? In the chase scene, a Chinese marching band is inexplicably playing the Mexican tune " La Cucaracha " although, in certain prints, it sounds more like " Deep in the Heart of Texas " on German glockenspiels.
The scene includes Streisand imitating Humphrey Bogart with the line, "Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world The exterior of the hotel, where Streisand is hanging from a ledge, was shot in Westwood, Los Angeles. The same Cole Porter musical supplied at least two other tunes played as background music: " Anything Goes " and " I Get a Kick Out of You ", heard during the first hotel-lobby scene.
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The bag with the underwear belongs to Barbra Streisand a freeloader without a penny to her name, who is hiding out in the hotel and swindling room service out of roast beef sandwiches. George Gershwin's " Someone to Watch over Me " is whistled by Streisand outside the hotel drug store. Over-the-top Muzak -styled elevator music featuring Cole Porter's songs is used throughout the hotel elevator scenes. About two-thirds of the way into the film, Howard accompanies Judy at a piano on a floor of the Hotel Bristol apparently under construction or renovation as she sings the beginning of " As Time Goes By " made famous in the film Casablanca. Part of the movie was filmed in Paramus, New Jersey. Production[ edit ] John Calley , who was then head of production, called me into his office and said: "Look, Barbra really wants to work with you. However, as with Bringing Up Baby , all the music is diegetic—there is no underscoring anywhere in the film. In another scene, their out of control bike goes down Clay Street in Chinatown. The movie works. The Bugs Bunny number —derived from his characteristic tagline—that gives the movie its title appears as well, with the original animation, in the last scene. The production did not have permission from the city to drive cars down the concrete steps in Alta Plaza Park in San Francisco ; these were badly damaged during filming and still show the scars today. The chase scene Barbra and Ryan aboard a grocery delivery wagon inside a Chinese dragon, being chased downhill by three cars is as nice as anything in this line in a long time. Gotrocks if it actually wasn't. It has to do with four guests who check into a hotel on the same day, with identical red plaid overnight bags. Advertisement Bogdanovich, a former critic who has spent the last 10 to 15 years absorbing the films of the great Hollywood masters of the s, proves himself a master of screwball comedy -- a genre which, until just now, everybody thought was dead.
The bag with the underwear belongs to Barbra Streisand a freeloader without a penny to her name, who is hiding out in the hotel and swindling room service out of roast beef sandwiches.
George Gershwin's " Someone to Watch over Me " is whistled by Streisand outside the hotel drug store.
During the making of this scene, the actor Sorrell Booke almost drowned in the Bay.
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