Bernardine (film)

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Bernardine FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Henry Levin
Produced by Samuel G. Engel
Written by Mary Chase
Theodore Reeves
Starring Pat Boone
Terry Moore
Dick Sargent
Music by Lionel Newman
Johnny Mercer
Cinematography Paul Vogel
Edited by David Bretherton
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
  • November 25, 1957 (1957-11-25)
Running time
95 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $1.23 million[1]
Box office $3.75 million (US rentals) [2]

Bernardine is a 1957 film directed by Henry Levin and starring Pat Boone, Terry Moore, Dean Jagger, Dick Sargent, and (in her last film, after a 19-year absence) Janet Gaynor. The 1952 play upon which the movie is based was written by Mary Coyle Chase, the Denver playwright who also wrote the smash hit Broadway play Harvey. The title song, with words and music by Johnny Mercer, became a hit record for Boone.


A singing teen pairs his military-officer brother with a dream-girl telephone operator new in town.



  1. ^ Solomon, p251
  2. ^ Solomon, p227

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