Speaking of the Coens, I remember Nicholas Cage, or was it John Goodman, wearing, in "Raising Arizona," a jumpsuit with the inscription "Hudsucker Industries" (or thereabouts) printed on it. I've only seen it once, so the details escape me, but it's there, it's there! Kurt Gegenhuber [log in to unmask] (Fight For Your Right To Flame!) On Thu, 28 Jul 1994, Shawn Levy wrote: > 1) When Joel and Ethan Coen found themselves stricken with > writer's block during the writing of "Miller's Crossing," they found > their way out of the dilemma by writing a screenplay about a guy with > writer's block -- which, of course, became "Barton Fink." As a tribute > to the fictional character who salvaged their gangster picture, they > named the hotel in which Gabriel Byrne's character Tom lived...The Barton > Arms. It's written on an awning.