- The film was denied a MPAA seal of approval due to a scene between Oliver Reed and Carol White that implied oral sex. Universal distributed the film through a subsidiary that was not a signatory to the MPAA. Along with a similar scene in Charlie Bubbles (1967), this helped to bring about the end of the Production Code and its replacement with a ratings system.
- Often named as the first film to use the word "fuck" in its dialogue (see quotes). Another contender is Ulysses (1967) released the same year.
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