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The Tender Trap (1955) Poster

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The original Broadway production of "The Tender Trap" by Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith opened at the Longacre Theater on October 13, 1954 and ran for 102 performances. The original cast included Robert Preston and Kim Hunter.
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Debbie Reynolds and Frank Sinatra became good friends and during production he took her to lunch and said, "Sweetie, don't get married. Don't marry a singer. We're nice guys but we're not good husbands." Reynolds was engaged to Eddie Fisher at the time, who ultimately left her for Elizabeth Taylor.
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At one point in the film, Charlie & Julie watch a clip from a movie on TV, a scene from Easy to Love (1953), with Esther Williams and John Bromfield, filmed in Technicolor, but broadcast in B&W, as most of them were at that time; however, MGM did not release that particular title to TV until nearly a decade later; the MGM film library which was finally released to television in the Fall of 1956, a year after The Tender Trap was released, did not include any titles filmed after 1948.
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In the recording on TV of Sylvia performing on violin, the orchestra is playing Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture".
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Frank and Celeste also starred in High Society
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Included among the American Film Institute's 2000 list of the 500 movies nominated for the Top 100 Funniest American Movies.
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