My Blue Heaven (1950 film)

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My Blue Heaven
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Directed by Henry Koster
Produced by Sol C. Siegel
Written by Claude Binyon
Lamar Trotti
S.K. Lauren (story)
Starring Betty Grable
Dan Dailey
Music by Alfred Newman
Cinematography Arthur E. Arling
Edited by James B. Clark
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) December 18, 1950
Running time 96 min.
Country United States
Language English
Box office $2,275,000 (US rentals)[1]

My Blue Heaven is a 1950 Technicolor musical film directed by Henry Koster and starring Betty Grable and Dan Dailey.

Plot[edit]

Kitty Moran (Betty Grable), a radio star, finds out she is pregnant. After she miscarries, Kitty and her husband Jack (Dan Dailey) move their show to television and become determined to adopt a baby.

Cast[edit]

Background[edit]

My Blue Heaven was the third film that Grable and Dailey made together, the first two being Mother Wore Tights in 1947 and When My Baby Smiles at Me in 1948. They later co-starred in a fourth, Call Me Mister (1951).

My Blue Heaven marked the film debut of musical star Mitzi Gaynor.

Notes[edit]

Jane Wyatt and Elinor Donahue later starred in the TV show Father Knows Best 1954-1960

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'The Top Box Office Hits of 1950', Variety, January 3, 1951

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