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Deep In My Heart is an American wide-screen movie adapted for television. In order to fit the movie on television screens without distorting the screen, the editing process involved focusing on sections of the screen and following the action, often resulting in voice-overs over the wrong sections of screen. According to the credites, the movie was from the studio that created "Midnight Cowboy," "The Dirty Dozen," "War And Peace," "The Glass Bottom Boat," "Thunder Ball." "Sleeping Beauty," "Mutiny on the Bounty," "Leave Her To Heaven" and "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." The cast included James Chevalier, Oliver Reed, Samantha Eggar and Maurice Chevalier.
In the film, a young man (Benny Hill) drives out in to the desert to show his girlfriend (Dilys Watling) the property he owns. He claims he is going to build a resort on the property, but when they stop to have a picnic, the real owner (Jackie Wright) shows up with his dog and beats up the young man. His girlfriend has to rescue him and apologize. After a tough confession from him, the girl forgives him as the camera pans out from their reconciliation, revealing a stagehand (Henry McGee) wandering into the fake backdrop.


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