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“Heaven Can Wait” (Movie Review-8/12/43)
Microfilm-New York Times archives, Monterey Public Library
| Bosley Crowther
Posted on 08/12/2013 4:51:44 AM PDT by Homer_J_Simpson
TOPICS: History; TV/Movies
KEYWORDS: moviereview; realtime
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Netflix has this movie on DVD.
Their picture has utterly no significance. Indeed, it has very little point, except to afford entertainment. And that it does quite well.
Crowther has it about right there.
posted on 08/12/2013 5:00:08 AM PDT
("Every nation has the government that it deserves." - Joseph de Maistre (1753-1821))
Here Comes Mr. Jordan Prequel?
No. The Warren Beatty version was a remake of “Here comes Mr Jordan”. They used the title from this film, but the story line of the original “Heaven can Wait” is entirely different.
posted on 08/12/2013 6:12:34 AM PDT
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