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The Helen Morgan Story (1957) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Martin Rackin.

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Larry Maddux: This town's ready. I'm ready to open it for you like an oyster.

Johnny Haggerty: It's tough to be a good guy and a cop at the same time.

Larry Maddux: Do yourself a favor. Hire the kid.
Whitey Krause: I hope your hooch is better than your suggestion, Larry. What's the canary to you.
Larry Maddux: Nuthin'. I'm just a music lover. Besides, I don't go for that sad stuff she sings.

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Sammy White, who plays himself, appeared with the real Helen Morgan in three productions of "Show Boat" - the original 1927 Broadway stage production, the first Broadway revival in 1932, and the 1936 film version. White played the comic role of hoofer Frank Schultz in "Show Boat".
Patti Page relates in her new book that she had tested for the title role of Helen Morgan wearing a dark wig before they cast Ann Blyth.
Alan Sues' movie debut.
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