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Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) was a Comedy - Mystery Film directed by S. Sylvan Simon and produced by George Haight.

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Chester: [upside down] Help! Help! hey, all the blood pressure's to my head!
Wally 'The Fox' Benton: Well, there's plenty of room for it!

Wally 'The Fox' Benton: Creeper, I've taken a liking to you, and I'm gonna give you an opportunity to make money. I'm willin' to pay you two thousand bucks for just a little information. Now, it's nothin' important - it's just how do we get outta here. Now, you don't have to worry about gettin' in trouble with the gang because with that kinda dough you can live the life of Riley, and you'll have nothin' to worry about unless Riley comes home, of course. Tou can go where the days seem like weeks, and the weeks seem like years.
Creeper: I've been to Philadelphia.
Wally 'The Fox' Benton: Yeah? Then go to California. California. It's the only place where you can get sunburn and pneumonia at the same time.

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Brooklyn Dodger players Max Macon, Alex Kampouris, Ray Hayworth, Pat Ankenman, Newt Kimball and Hal Peck were reported (by the New York Times) to be cast in the movie as baseball players, with some of them as "Beaver" players. A few of them had left the Brooklyn Dodgers by the time this film was released.
Last movie Ann Rutherford made with MGM studios.
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