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Forever and a Day (1943) Poster

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This film has more credited writers than any other.
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Alfred Hitchcock prepared the sequence involving Ida Lupino, and was to have directed it; scheduling prevented him, and it was directed by René Clair, who used Hitchcock's script.
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All cast and crew worked without pay as an aid to war propaganda.
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The poem, "Come into the Garden Maud ", was written by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
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Admiral Eustace Trimble (played by C. Aubrey Smith) quotes from William Wordsworth's poem "We Must Be Free or Die": "We must be free or die, who speak the tongue / That Shakespeare spoke..." (lines 11-12).
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Nelson Trimble was born on October 21, 1805.
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Anthony Trimble Promfret was born in 1848.
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Archie Barringer was born in 1896.
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The film takes from 1804 to October 21, 1805, in 1820, in 1846, in 1847, in 1897, in 1907, from October 21 to October 22, 1917, on April 12, 1918, on November 11, 1918 and on March 8, 1941.
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Lt. William Trimble was killed in the Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805.
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