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Barefoot in the Park

Barefoot in the Park(1967)

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  • A running gag is the absence of an elevator to get to the newlyweds' 6th-floor apartment; new arrivals are out of breath throughout the film. For its release in France, however, the dubbed dialogue placed the apartment on the 9th floor (equivalent to the 10th floor in the US), since in France, older buildings with six stories and no elevator are not uncommon and audiences wouldn't have understood why climbing the stairs was so arduous.


  • Holz (2007-01-22)

    Source: Robert Osborn - TCM

    Robert Redford got top billing over Jane Fonda, though Fonda was more popular in films at that time. Redford was in the Broadway play and had a good agent.

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