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My Blue Heaven

In My Blue Heaven the television's theatre stage and the face of the video tube provide the locale for some highly entertaining goings-on by Betty Grable and Dan Dailey. They're unfortunately involved with an overly-sticky plot.

In My Blue Heaven the television’s theatre stage and the face of the video tube provide the locale for some highly entertaining goings-on by Betty Grable and Dan Dailey. They’re unfortunately involved with an overly-sticky plot.

Yarn has the two stars just moving over from their niche on radio to TV. They are anxious for a baby. Moved by the happy Pringle family (David Wayne/Jane Wyatt), they try to adopt a baby. This gives the scripters an opportunity to get into considerable detail on both the legal and illegal sides of the adoption business.

While Grable and Dailey offer their capable standard brands of song-and-dance, the real eye-catcher of the pic is a lush brunet youngster making her initial screen appearance. She’s Mitzi Gaynor. She’s long on terping and vocalizing.

My Blue Heaven

  • Production: 20th Century-Fox. Director Henry Koster; Producer Sol C. Siegel; Screenplay Lamar Trotti, Claude Binyon; Camera Arthur E. Arling; Editor James B. Clarke; Music Alfred Newman
  • Crew: (Color) Extract of a review from 1950. Running time: 96 MIN.
  • With: Betty Grable Dan Dailey David Wayne Jane Wyatt Mitzi Gaynor