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As I recall Cut to the Chase, it was the most expensive film of its day, partly because of many forest fires touched off by the locomotives. (Why, I dunno; they were all steam then. Were woodburners worse? Had the stacks been modded for authenticity?) My stab at correcting for inflation put it on par with Titanic.
On the Kino DVD, Keaton identifies himself as Johnnie Gray the first time he tries to enlist, before he thinks of using subterfuge. The credits also identify him as Gray. It is kind of a cute name for a Confederate, but it's the only name we've got, and I'm editing the article to reflect this. --22.214.171.124 08:04, 2 October 2006 (UTC)
For several reasons--different versions, different adaptations to sound and video, different title cards--there are several different timings available for the movie. Nevertheless, most are between 70 and 85 minutes. Since the number that was previously up was a half an hour longer than many other timings, I changed it to the IMDb's number for one particular USA version.
Hi guys. Thought the Plot section was a touch long and some parts were.. well.. incorrect. So I rewrote most of it. Hope it meets with your approval Captain deathbeard (talk) 14:46, 15 January 2010 (UTC)