In King and I - the Bangkok exterior was certainly NOT built for the movie. Anna and her chile walk out of a chinese village set, left over from Keys of the kingdom and walk into a redressed set from The Egyptian. South Pacific Wash That Man was shot complete, but not even as long a version as on the record and cd - the dance part was added just for the record. Oscar Hammerstein was on location with the film in Hawaii and thought the number didn't work as well as it did on stage and had it reshot and still didn't like it. Josh Logan (director) told him that people had been washing thier hair in films for years and so it wouldn't have the novelty effect it had on stage. the number was cut to the bone.