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Remember the Night

94 min | West Germany:86 min (TV)
Comedy | Drama | Romance
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Mitchell Leisen
Country: USA
Release Date: 1940-01-19
Filming Locations: Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck
Remember the Night
Fred MacMurray
John Sargent
Beulah Bondi
Mrs. Sargent
Elizabeth Patterson
Aunt Emma
Willard Robertson
Francis X. O'Leary
Sterling Holloway
Charles Waldron
Judge in New York
Paul Guilfoyle
District Attorney
Charles Arnt
Tom (as Charlie Arnt)
John Wray
Thomas W. Ross
Mr. Emory
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones
Rufus (as Snowflake)
Tom Kennedy
'Fat' Mike
Georgia Caine
Lee's Mother
Virginia Brissac
Mrs. Emory
Spencer Charters
Judge at Rummage Sale
Jean Acker
Jury Member (uncredited)
Ambrose Barker
Customs Official (uncredited)
John Beck
Lee's Stepfather (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict
Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Avril Cameron
Jury Member (uncredited)
Chester Clute
Jewelry Salesman (uncredited)
Frank Conklin
Jury Member (uncredited)
Roy Crane
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Harry Depp
Jury Member (uncredited)
Edmund Elton
Minister (uncredited)
Julia Faye
Jury Member (uncredited)
James Flavin
Court Attendant (uncredited)
Galan Galt
Jury Member (uncredited)
George Guhl
Court Guard (uncredited)
Beth Hartman
Jury Member (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee
Jury Member (uncredited)
Fuzzy Knight
Bandleader at Barn Dance (uncredited)
Lillian Lawrence
Townswoman at Rummage Sale (uncredited)
Kate Drain Lawson
Jail Matron (uncredited)
Martha Mears
Nightclub Singer (uncredited)
George Melford
Brian - the Bailiff (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley
Jury Member (uncredited)
Walter Soderling
Jury Member (uncredited)
Bernard Suss
Jury Member (uncredited)
Julius Tannen
Jury Member (uncredited)
Ruth Warren
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Florence Wix
Judge's Wife (uncredited)
Did you know?
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on March 25, 1940 with Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck reprising their film roles.
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Barbara Stanwyck gave Dorothy Ponedel a tailored suit as a present after filming wrapped.
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The portrait of the man with the crossed eyes is the same portrait used in the Barbara Stanwyck film "Ball of Fire."
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When Fred MacMurray is milking the cow, Barbara Stanwick pushes it knocking the thermos from MacMurray's hand. It falls upside down but when the camera returns it is right side up.
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The street sign on the corner of the shop where Stanwyck tries to pawn the stolen bracelet reads "3rd Avenue" and "West 54th Street" in NYC. With 3rd Avenue being east of Fifth Avenue, which divides east from west Manhattan, the street sign should read "East 54th Street."
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In the nightclub dance scene before they start their trip, Jack tells Lee that he is from Wabash, Indiana. She says that she is from Heltonville, to which he responds "That's only 50 miles outside of Wabash", and she says "Yes, sir". Actually the distance between Wabash and Heltonville is about 160 miles.
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John Sargent: You threw a lighted match into the wastebasket?
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Lee Leander: Suppose you were starving to death and you didn't have any food and you didn't have any place to get anything. And there were some loaves of bread out in front of a market. Now remember, you're starving to death and the man's back was turned. Would you swipe one?
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Aunt Emma: [after commenting about love, even though she was never married] You don't have to be a horse to judge a horse show.
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Barbara Stanwyck
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