On the Town

On the Town (1949)

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Corrected entry: In the opening scene where the three sailors have just gotten off their ship and are talking to the crane operator (singing "New York, New York"), Frank Sinatra is holding nothing in his hands, then the camera angle changes and he has his guidebook in his right hand.

Correction: If you look very closely, he actually has his guidebook in his hands the whole time, from the moment he first gets off the boat.

Character mistake: In Frank Sinatra's scene in the taxi cab, when the girl is singing "Come Up to My Place," he rolls the cab window down and when he rolls it back up, he catches the front of his hair (the quiff) and has to roll the window back down to release it.

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