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(1948)

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The stone-carved sign shown at the start and end of the film shows the following town names and distances: "Shirley 3" and "Shirley Village 4". Otherwise, Nesbitt doesn't identify his old town by name.
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Ironically, this tribute to what looks like small town America was written by John Nesbitt, who was actually from Shirley, British Columbia (west of Victoria, on Vancouver Island), as seen on the stone marker at the beginning and end. Many of the intervening scenes are stock footage from MGM movies (including an 1890s scene set in the "Glen City Tonsorial Parlor").
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