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Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website Logo Audie Murphy painting, copyright 2010, Dave Phillips. Used with permission.
This movie page is dedicated to the memory of Ms. Eva Dano who donated nearly every photo on display.
MOVIES OF AUDIE MURPHY
Summary, credits and photos of Audie Murphy's movies.

Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven
Movie #2
1948, United Artists

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Summary: In his second movie, Audie has a small role as a newspaper copy boy. This movie is a comedy about two Texans who meet on their way to New York and become involved with some very zany characters. Eddie Tayloe, played by Guy Madison, inherits six thousand dollars which gives him the opportunity to leave his boring newspaper job in Texas and move to New York hoping to become a playwright. While moving to New York, his car breaks down and a nice girl named Perry who happens to be walking walking down the road asks for a lift. Perry is also running away from a bad job. Soon Eddie and Perry are on the road to New York but part company after they arrive. After a series of disappointments, strange but humorous events brings Eddie and Perry back together agan.
Credits:
Studio ... United Artists
Released ... 1948
Genre ... Comedy
Length ... 76 minutes
Directed By ... William Castle
Written By ... Barry Benefield
Lewis Meltzer
Story By ... Barry Benefield (Story: "Eddie And The Archangel"
Cinematography by ... William C. Mellor
Music by ... Ervin Drake
Jimmy Shirl
Film Editing by ... James E. Newcom
Produced By ... Robert Golden
Cast:
Guy Madison ... Eddie Tayloe
Diana Lynn ... Perry Dunklin
James Dunn ... Mike
Michael Chekhov ... Gaboolian
Florence Bates ... Mandy
William Frawley ... Agent
Roscoe Karns ... Carmody
Margaret Hamilton ... Ruby Cheever
Irene Ryan ... Opan Cheever
Clem Bevans ... Captain Bjorn
Moyna MacGill ... Pearl Cheever
Audie Murphy ... Copy boy
James Burke ... Cop
Tom Dugan ... Bartender (uncredited)
John Gallaudet ... MacGonical (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert ... Lady (uncredited)
Alvin Hammer ... Bernie (uncredited)
Ralph Peters ... Cop on phone (uncredited)
Dewey Robinson ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Erskine Sanford ... Dr. Danson (uncredited)
Frank Scanell ... Barker (uncredited)
Mary Treen ... Wife (uncredited)
Herb Vigran ... Man in subway (uncredited)
Jesse White ... Customer (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Thibault (uncredited)
Charles Williams ... Reporter (uncredited)
Other Crew:
Assistant Director ... Harold Godsoe
Associate Producer ... Lewis J. Rachmil
Set Director ... George Sawley
Music Director ... Emil Newman
Art Director ... Jerome Pycha, Jr.
Lyricist ... Ervin Drake
Jimmy Shirl
Sound ... John Carter
Wardrobe ... Mary Grant
Hair Stylist ... Helen Lierley
Make-up Artist ... Mel Burns
 
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