Manhattan Heartbeat is a 1940 American drama film directed by David Burton and written by Clark Andrews, Harold Buchman, Jack Jungmeyer and Edith Skouras. The film stars Robert Sterling, Virginia Gilmore, Joan Davis, Edmund MacDonald, Don Beddoe and Paul Harvey. The film was released on July 12, 1940, by 20th Century Fox.
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Robert Sterling as Johnny Farrell Virginia Gilmore as Dottie Haley Joan Davis as Edna Higgins Edmund MacDonald as Spike Don Beddoe as Preston Paul Harvey as Dr. Bentley Irving Bacon as Sweeney Mary Carr as Grandma in Music Store Ann Doran as Shop Girl's Friend James Flavin as Truck Driver Edgar Dearing as Policeman Jan Duggan as Wife Harry Tyler as Husband Steve Pendleton as Tony Edward Earle as Official Murray Alper as Mechanic Dick Winslow as Bus Driver George Reed as Porter Louise Lorimer as Nurse Ruth Warren as Nurse Emmett Vogan as Doctor Lenita Lane as Bentley's Nurse
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