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Dale Daw

Party Girl

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Just saw Party Girl-am I the only one who caught the gaff-when Robert Taylor and Cyd Charisse are in a moving vehicle about halfway through the pic. Look out the back window-those are scenes from the late fifties, when the film was made, i.e., vintage cars including a '57 or '58 Chevy going the other way on what looks like Lakeshore Blvd. Incidentally, an "osteotomy" is not medical jargon for "breaking bones"; the term actually refers to osteo (bone) otomy (cutting).

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10 hours ago, Dale Daw said:

Just saw Party Girl-am I the only one who caught the gaff-when Robert Taylor and Cyd Charisse are in a moving vehicle about halfway through the pic. Look out the back window-those are scenes from the late fifties, when the film was made, i.e., vintage cars including a '57 or '58 Chevy going the other way on what looks like Lakeshore Blvd. Incidentally, an "osteotomy" is not medical jargon for "breaking bones"; the term actually refers to osteo (bone) otomy (cutting).

If you got to the Noir Alley Forum under General Discussion Party Girl is one of the major topics.

But yea,  while the film was shot in the 50s,  it was set in the 30s!      

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