- On the plane, Pola is reading a book called "Murder By Strangulation" which is how Marilyn Monroe's character met her demise in Niagara (1953).
- This was the first film shown on "NBC Saturday Night at the Movies".
- This is 20th Century Fox's first CinemaScope feature, however it wasn't released until after Robe, The (1953).
- Lauren Bacall's character, Schatze, says, "I've always liked older men... Look at that old fellow what's-his-name in African Queen. Absolutely crazy about him." Schatze is referring to Lauren Bacall's real life husband, Humphrey Bogart.
- Betty Grable's character makes a pointed reference to 'Harry James' while listening to the radio at the lodge. Miss Grable was once married to James in real life.
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