A Couple of Things About a Ray Milland Movie

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Filmed in 1951 in Berkeley California , Night Into Morning revealed that the sales tax in that region was 3.4% when sales clerk informed Ray Milland’s character there was 11 cents added to $3.20 for developing some of the Associate English Professor’s pictures.

Also, DWI offenses were $500 fines along with 6 months of incarceration for first time offenders. Nancy Davis, who later became the First Lady, played a steadying influence helping the prof cope with the sudden death of his wife and webelo Cub Scout son in a house fire.

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