Morgan Philip: And when you go out you don't want to wear too much makeup, 'cause otherwise the boys get the wrong idea and you know how they are...
[Giselle has a quizzical look on her face.]
Morgan Philip: They're only after one thing.
Giselle: What's that?
Morgan Philip: I don't know...nobody will tell me.
When Narissa makes her appearance in Times Square, just before it cuts to Nathaniel in the taxi, a crowd stands beside a tall statue, behind Narissa. The statue is of George M. Cohan, a Broadway legend, and it is the only statue of any actor located in the Broadway district. See more...
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Audio problem: At Bella Notte's, after Robert entertains Giselle with the magic trick, the salt shaker is on the table between them and the pepper shaker is at the opposite end of the table, beside Morgan's plate. When Nathaniel brings the apple martini both shakers are beside Morgan's plate, though nobody touched the salt.
Revealing: The first morning, when Robert takes Giselle to work, they enter atrium of the Time Warner Center (the well-known statue of the female Giselle admires is one of a set, the other is male), which is located at 8th Ave and Broadway, at the southwest corner of Central Park. Upstairs, when Sam tells Robert that she can't find where Giselle is from, and then when Giselle speaks to Phoebe, the very distinctive Johnson Lipstick Building (it's reddish and has three receding oval-shaped levels) at 53rd and 3rd is seen outside the window. The office scene is obviously not filmed at Time Warner, because it's impossible to be in an office at 8th and Broadway, on the West Side, and be next door to a building located at 53rd and 3rd, on the East Side.
Continuity: When animated Giselle happily sings and dances, in the shot before she places the red rose on her "one true love", the room's round window is behind her. The very large vase with the bouquet of flowers is gone from the shelf beside the window, as are the other objects on the lower shelf.
Visible crew/equipment: When Giselle is up on the Palace Casino billboard platform, after Robert shows up she says, "I was wondering if maybe you ," and we are able to see under her huge hoop skirt. There are at least three long wide safety straps dangling behind her thighs, which are not in previous or following shots when we can see under her hoop skirt.
Continuity: When Giselle, Robert and Morgan are at Bella Notte's, on their table the pizza pan sits atop a chrome stand. In some shots the stand has a chrome cross bar, between its side legs at the base, and in other shots that cross bar is gone. (When setting up for the shots within this scene, the props guys simply turned the stand upside-down sometimes, which resulted in the cross bar either being on the table, or directly under the pizza pan thereby disappearing.)
Continuity: At Central Park, when Giselle stops at the park bench and hands Clara the money, the tall black lamppost stands a few feet to Clara's left - between her bench and the next bench. When Giselle and Robert walk away, as she says, "And she was very helpful," Clara's bench is much farther away from that lamppost. Also, note the greater distance between Clara and the bench to her left and the park's signpost at the road's curve.
Visible crew/equipment: At the apartment, after Giselle falls asleep on the couch, when Robert says, "Just because she has on a funny dress, doesn't mean she's a princess," and a few shots later, when he stands to call for a taxi, the side of the camera and the boom mic are reflected in the window to Robert's right. The boom mic moves in both shots, but the camera moves only in the second. (Only visible on widescreen DVD.)
Continuity: After Pip knocks the apple martini off the table, there is a close-up of him standing on Giselle's plate and the knife is beside the plate with the fork beside the knife. When Robert calls for help, in Pip's next close-up the utensils are placed the opposite way, with the fork beside the plate.