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Lost in a Harem (1944) was a Comedy Film directed by Charles Reisner and produced by George Haight.

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The Derelict: Quiet! People will think you're crazy.
Harvey Garvey: Oh, and I suppose you're all right?
The Derelict: Of course!
Harvey Garvey: Of course?
The Derelict: I have a brother who is crazy -
The Derelict: but I'm all right!
Harvey Garvey: [gasping] Who told you?
The Derelict: My brother!
Harvey Garvey: That does it, brother!

Peter Johnson: We've got to outsmart Uncle Nimativ. You go in and outwit him.
Harvey Garvey: Why should I go out with him? I'm afraid of that man!
Peter Johnson: Not to go out with him. Go in and outwit him.
Harvey Garvey: Why should I go in and go out wth him? I mean, he don't appeal to me!

Peter Johnson: You love her?
[laughs derisively]
Peter Johnson: Oh, come on, you wouldn't get to first base with a beautiful girl like that.
Harvey Garvey: Yes, I would.
Peter Johnson: Did you ever take a good look in the mirror?
Harvey Garvey: No.
Peter Johnson: Why not?
Harvey Garvey: Why should I hurt my own feelings?
Peter Johnson: Never mind!

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Overseas program #820 for U.S. troops during the war.
The lavish sets utilized were left over from MGM's Kismet, which starred Ronald Colman, Marlene Dietrich and Edward Arnold.
Two songs were written for the movie but not used: "I Know It's Wrong" by Gene de Paul and Don Raye and "It is Written" by Sammy Fain and Ralph Freed. "Noche De Ronda" written in 1935 by Maria Teresa Lara was recorded but cut from the final release version.
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