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Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven

Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven
File:Poster of the movie Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven.jpg
Directed by William Castle
Produced by Robert Golden (producer)
Lewis J. Rachmil (associate producer)
Written by Barry Benefield (story "Eddie and the Archangel Mike")
Lewis Meltzer (writer)
Starring Guy Madison
Diana Lynn
Music by Arthur Lange
Cinematography William C. Mellor
Editing by James E. Newcom
Release date(s) 16 July 1948
Running time 76 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget nearly $1 million[1]

Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven (UK title: The Girl from Texas) is a 1948 American romantic comedy film directed by William Castle and starring Guy Madison and Diana Lynn.

Plot

Eddie Tayloe (Madison) is a reporter assigned to the Ft. Worth desk of a Dallas newspaper, and as the two neighboring cities are feuding, therefore has nothing to do. He dreams of becoming a New York playwright, and a small inheritance from his grandfather gives him his chance. Quitting his job, he begins the long drive. Picking up hitchhiker Perry Denklin (Lynn), also looking for fame and fortune in New York, he shares with her encounters with various eccentric characters. The big city does not work out for either of them, and when Eddie finds Perry working in a Coney Island girlie show, he pulls her out and they find happiness together, buying a ranch back in Texas.[2]

Cast

Production

With the film's July 1948 opening, a one-scene bit in the Dallas newspaper office as a copy boy marked the screen debut of World War II hero and future Western star Audie Murphy. His similarly small role in Beyond Glory had been filmed previously, but that production did not see release until September.[3] Mary Grant designed the film's costumes.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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  • TCMDB
  • at Audie Murphy Memorial Site


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