New Orleans’ streets are threatened with panic in Panic in the Streets (1950).
The city is threatened by a deadly plague which may be carried by a pair of murderers.
- What artwork is housed in the Cyclorama Building in Atlanta? The 1921 site houses the Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta, a depiction of the Civil War battle for control of the Georgia railroad on July 22, 1864. The 1885-86 artwork blends an…
- Who are the three wives who receive the same letter in A Letter to Three Wives (1949), and who wrote it? The recipients who receive the same letter in A Letter to Three Wives (1949) are Jeanne Crain, Linda Daniell, and Ann Sothern. The voice of the letter writer is provided by Celeste Holm.
- Who was the first choice for the lead in Sunset Boulevard (1950)? Montgomery Clift was to play Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard, the young screenwriter eventually played by William Holden.
- Who said, “My mind is not one that grasps the immorality of the bathroom”? Cecil B. DeMille said, "My mind is not one that grasps the immorality of the bathroom", defending his right to film bathtub scenes.
- What was the name of director Howard Hawks’s musical remake of his own film Ball of Fire (1941)? The name of director Howard Hawks's musical remake of his own film Ball of Fire (1941) was A Song Is Born (1948). Who played the leads in each film? Ball of Fire, Gary…
- Of what movie was Bob Hope’s Fancy Pants (1950) a remake? Bob Hope's Fancy Pants (1950) was a remake of Ruggles of Red Gap (1935), where Charles Laughton played the role later retailored for Hope.