The "Cotton Blossom" designed by Jack Marin Smith was self-propelled by two concealed diesel engines and underwater cables. The "Cotton Blossom" was used in later films such as Desperate Search (1952) The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1960) Advance to the Rear (1964) and a brief background appearance in How the West Was Won (1962)One famous story from the filming of Show Boat accounts a situation that erupted at the end of shooting involving Kathryn Grayson who was dating Howard Hughes at the time.The boat was 171 feet long with a 34 foot beam rising 57 feet to the top of her smoke stacks. Hughes who felt he was losing Grayson to co-star Howard Keel, out of jealously repeatedly made low dive bomb fly overs of the riverboat set in a noisy airplane.The "Cotton Blossom" one of the greatest movie props ever made, which was never intended to last beyond the original production of Show Boat was bulldozed in order to make room for a new attraction.Although gone, her starring role in one of the great MGM musicals Show Boat, lives on.The "Cotton Blossom" lived out her final years as a amusement park attraction, gift shop and restaurant.
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