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Dear Heart (1964) was a Comedy Film directed by Delbert Mann and produced by Martin Manulis.

Academy Awards 1964 --- Ceremony Number 37 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Music - SongMusic by Henry Mancini; Lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray EvansNominated
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Dear Heart (1964, Delbert Mann)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 14, 2014 From The Stop Button

Dear Heart starts awkwardly and ends awkwardly. At the beginning, director Mann and writer Tad Mosel are very deliberately setting up their protagonists and the setting. The awkwardness makes sense. That very solid foundation allows for everything following. The ending, which plays–at least fo... Read full article


Dear Heart(1964).

By Dawn on Jul 22, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Dear Heart(1964). Romantic/Comedy. Cast: Glenn Ford, Geraldine Page and Angela Lansbury. Directed by Delbert Mann. The movie received an Oscar nomination for best song "Dear Heart". Music: Henry Mancini• Lyrics: Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. Quirky postmistress Evie Jackson, arrives in New Yo... Read full article


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Harry Mork: You know I like the get well designs, and the birthday, but what's this anniversary here? You've drawn the wife with half a head.
Mitchell: That's the way I see wives.


Harry Mork: Well that is the messiest pile of trays I have ever seen in a hotel corridor.


Miss Tait: We missed you at the awards banquet, Miss Jackson.
Evie Jackson: We ate Japanese.
Miss Tait: We had creamed chicken.
[walks away]
Harry Mork: You sorry you missed the banquet?
Evie Jackson: Oh, I've forgotten every banquet I ever went to. But I'll always remember the one I missed!


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At the time this movie was being filmed, the demolition of the above-track-level portions of New York's Pennsylvania Station was beginning. In the opening scene of Evie Jackson's arrival in New York, you can see several panes of station windows broken and replaced with boards. By 1966, the station had been converted from its old to its new form, and the new Madison Square Garden had been added on top of it.
Both Sandra Gould and Alice Pearce appear in this movie, the original and replacement Gladys Kravitz characters from the magical sitcom 'Bewitched (1964)'.
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