When Lt. Snyder breaks the phone booth window with his gun and points it at Hooker, Hooker's hat falls off. Yet in the next shot over Lt. Snyder's shoulder you can see that Hooker's hat is back on his head. See more...
Doyle Lonnegan's limp was a result of Robert Shaw injuring his ankle. Rather than working around it, Shaw incorporated the limp into his performance. See more...
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|Original entry||Even though it sets the mood for the film, Scott Joplin's ragtime music was no longer popular during the 1930s.|