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The Night of the Following Day (1968) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Richard Boone and Hubert Cornfield and produced by Al Lettieri, Hubert Cornfield, Elliott Kastner and Jerry Gershwin.

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[He's been concealing a gun]
Leer: You know, some day, somebody is gonna invent a comfortable gun.


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Stanley Kubrick was originally interested in adapting Lionel White's "The Snatchers", upon which this movie was based. However, due to a ban on the subject of kidnapping in the 1950s, Kubrick opted to do The Killing, which was also based upon a Lionel White story.
In the scene in which Rita Moreno is in the tub zonked out on heroin, Marlon Brando entered the set completely drunk and played the scene in that condition. In the editing room director Hubert Cornfield had to delete the parts in which his drunkenness was apparent.
The original intention was to have Richard Boone play Marlon Brando's role. However, co-producer Elliott Kastner came back to director/co-writer Hubert Cornfield and told him there was a possibility they could get Marlon Brando for the part. Cornfield jumped at the chance.
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