Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven (July 16, 1948)
Released on July 16, 1948: A Texas boy and a Texas girl find success, happiness and each other in far away Brooklyn, New York.
Directed by William Castle
Written by Barry Benefield and Lewis Meltzer.
The Actors: Guy Madison (Eddie Tayloe), Diana Lynn (Perry Dunklin), James Dunn (Mike), Michael Chekhov (Gaboolian), Florence Bates (Mandy), Lionel Stander (bellhop), William Frawley (agent), Roscoe Karns (Carmody), Margaret Hamilton (Ruby Cheever), Irene Ryan (Opal Cheever), Colin Campbell (Mac Wirther), Clem Bevans (Captain Bjorn), Monya MacGill (Pearl Cheever), Audie Murphy (copy boy), Jean Dean (Jean Dean, water nymph), Jean Stratton (Jean Stratton, water nymph), James Burke (cop), Tom Dugan (bartender), John Gallaudet (McGonical), Jody Gilbert (lady), Alvin Hammer (Bernie), Linda Lombard (Linda Lombard, water nymph), Millicent Patrick (Mil Patrick, water nymph), Ralph Peters (cop on phone), Dewey Robinson (Sergeant), Erskine Sanford (Doctor Danson), Frank J. Scannell (barker), Mary Treen (wife), Herb Vigran (man in subway), Jesse White (customer), Guy Wilkerson (Thibault), Charles Williams (reporter).
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This is a 'feel-good' comedy that is just perfect for that rainy afternoon when you want to sit back and forget about the world around you. A boy from Texas and a girl from Texas travel to New York City to find themselves, and in Brooklyn they discover an odd menagerie of lovable characters that brings them all together. And you couldn't want a better cast of 'characters.'
Audie Murphy was the most decorated soldier in WWII, and after the war had a very successful movie career - you will see him in his first screen appearance as the copy boy in the first few minutes of the show.
Jesse White was the first 'lonely Maytag repairman' in television commercials of the 1950's and 1960's - you will see him as the drunk customer who hears this story from bartender James Dunn.
I remember Lionel Stander as the gravel-throated side-kick in the television detective show, "Hart to Hart" - in this movie he is the bookie-bell hop.
William Frawley was 'Fred' of Fred and Ethel, neighbors to I Love Lucy - here he is a successful Broadway producer.
Margaret Hamilton was the wicked witch of the west in the Wizard of Oz, and here she is one of three eccentric old maids.
Irene Ryan was Granny Clampett in The Beverly Hillbillies television show, and another of the three eccentric old maids.
There are plenty more familiar faces in this 'he chases her until she catches him' comedy, but you'll just have to pop your bowl of white kernel popcorn, drizzle on the real melted butter, and sit back to enjoy this comedy with all of your old movie friends.
|Guy Madison||Diana Lynn|
|Audie Murphy||Diana Lynn|
|Florence Bates and Diana Lynn||Frank J. Scannell and Jean Stratton|
|Guy Madison - 1948||Guy Madison and Diana Lynn|
|James Burke||James Burke, Jody Gilbert and Herv Vigran|
|James Dunn||James Dunn and Guy Madison|
|James Dunn, Guy Madison and Diana Lynn||James Dunn and Roscoe Karns|
|Jesse White||Linda Lombard and Jean Dean|
|Lionel Stander||Margaret Hamilton, Irene Ryan and Moyna MacGill|
|Mary Treen||Frank J. Scannell and Merrill Nemy|
The Water Nymphs
|William Frawley and Guy Madison||William Frawley and Guy Madison|