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Top o' the Morning (1949) Poster

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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60-minute CBS Radio adaptation of the movie on March 17, 1952 with Barry Fitzgerald and Ann Blyth reprising their film roles.
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Bing Crosby had wanted Deanna Durbin to costar in this picture and also in his next vehicle for Paramount, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949). Miss Durbin, about to retire from the screen with the finish of her Universal-International contract on August 31, 1949, declined both offers from Bing. In place of Miss Durbin, Universal loaned Ann Blyth to Paramount for the first Crosby picture.
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The acronym "IRA" (a common acronym for the Irish Republican Army) can be seen etched into the background over Ann Blyth's right shoulder at about 3 minutes and 55 seconds into the film. A few minutes later, the letters "RA" can be seen over Bing Crosby's right shoulder when he is in the jail. Presumably the "I" is hidden in the latter scene.
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