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Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven (1948)

Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven


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Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven deserves a historical footnote as director William Castle's only comedy western. Future Wild Bill Hickok star Guy Madison plays Eddie Taylor, a lonesome cowboy who falls in love with city-gal Perry Dunkin (Diana Lynn). The couple "meets cute" in Brooklyn, where the two have migrated to seek their fortunes. The plot veers into Runyonesque territory as Eddie tries to write the Great American Play, while Perry "adopts" pickpocket Mandy (Florence Bates) to pose as her … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Lewis Meltzer
On DVD: Nov 21, 2006


as Eddie Taylor

as Perry Dunklin

as The Bellhop

as Gaboolian

as Ruby Cheever

as Pearl Cheever

as Opal Cheever

as MacWirther

as Capt. Bjorn

as The Agent

as Carmody

as Dr. Dunson

as McGonical

as Policeman

as Thibault

as Copy Boy

as Bartender

as Customer

as Cop on phone

as Man in subway
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