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Wartime rationing influences the film: dead bodies are called "red points," which

referred to wartime meat rationing, and 'his' car has a "B" gasoline rationing sticker

in the lower passenger-side window, indicating he was essential to the war effort and

therefore allowed eight gallons of gasoline per week.


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After its completion, 'the studio' did not release this film until they had turned


out a backlog of war-related films. Because the war was ending, the studio


feared the public might lose interest in those films, while this film's subject was


not time-sensitive. Attentive observers will note indications of the film's wartime


production, such as period dialogue, pictures of President Franklin D. Roosevelt,


and a woman taxi driver who says to 'him': "I'm your girl."
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