- The Broadway version of Finch had a lot more "edge" to him. The movie producers felt they had to make him nicer for the movie in order to be more likeable to the audience.
- Many of the actors, notably Robert Morse and Rudy Vallee, reprised their Broadway roles in this film.
- The "Coffee Break" number was filmed but judged to be unusable. The budget didn't allow for restaging of the number.
- All of Rosemary's songs (including "Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm" and "Paris Original") were cut from the movie version, so they let her sing "I Believe In You" to Finch. In the play, he's the only one who sings it.
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