Continuity mistake: The A-26 that Pete was flying when it blew up had a tail number of 57. In the end scenes, when Dorinda is taking Ted's A-26 (tail number 59), you can see 57 sitting on the flight line behind the idling 59.
Pete Sandich: Love! Ain't what it used to be.
Al Yackey: Oh there's only ever been two kinds: There's lash fires, which are all flame, burn themselves out and leave nothing. Then there's the long burning. That is nature's burn. Even when you think it's out, the forest floor is warm to the touch. That's the kind you and Dorinda got.
Pete Sandich: You're a poet, Al. You're a really bad poet, but you're a poet.
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