The Warner Bros. hit film, The D. I., had a holiday World opening in Chicago:Chicago Tribune, Thursday, May 30, 1957:TOWER TICKERby Herb LyonThat Toddlin' Town [Or Name Dropper at Work]: Jack Webb, exhausted from pitching his movie, "The D. I.," canceling a run to Detroit to rest up here---before heading home to Hollywood Sunday. And doing the smooch bit all over town with his leading lady, Jackie Loughery. [It's gotta be love, luff, luv]. . . . "An ad in the same paper proclaims: "TODAY, 8:30 a.m., Come On, Everybody, celebrate the holiday with a World Premiere show of shows! . . . Jack Webb . . . "The D. I." . . . The first story of that rugged breed they call the drill instructor . . . Extra---ALL SHOWS---Today Only, IN PERSON! Jack Webb, Jackie Loughery on stage with Howard Miller, all performances . . . "