Dancers Marge and Gower Champion walk across stage during Jack's monologue pointing out slippery spots to a stagehand.
According to Jack's tax filing, his income in 1956 was $375,000.
Jack pays Rochester less than $600 a year.
Dorothy: Well, Jack, what gave you the idea of playing your violin for charity?
Jack: I tried it the other way and nobody bought tickets. And besides, the class of people who go to benefit concerts usually don't throw things.