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Catch Me if You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake Setting & Symbolism

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Jump Seat

The jump seat is located on the back of the cockpit door. When the door is closed, it can be folded down to accommodate an extra person in the cockpit. Off-duty pilots traveling to a distant airport for flight duty sometimes use these jump seats; this practice is known as deadheading. Frank Abagnale frequently deadheads, pretending to be a pilot in order to obtain free airfare and a ride on the jump seat.

Well-Built Uniform Company

Frank obtains his first Pan Am co-pilot's uniform from the Well-Built Uniform Company in New York. He charges the suit to his non-existent employee account with Pan Am, effectively sticking the helpful uniform company proprietor, Mr. Rosen, with the bill.

River Bend

River Bend is the name of the upscale singles complex in Atlanta, Georgia where Frank makes his home for a year. This is Frank's first permanent home since...

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