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Forever Yours (1945)

 |  Drama  |  26 January 1945 (USA)
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A young woman who has been stricken with infantile paralysis gives up hope and is trying to "will herself" to die. A doctor who has been conducting experiments with patients with paralyzed nerves is convinced he can cure her.

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Maj. Tex O'Connor
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Dr. Randall
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Aunt Mary
Frank Craven ...
Uncle Charles
Johnny Downs ...
Ricky
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Martha
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Matt Willis ...
Alabam
Leo Diamond ...
Himself (leader, The Harmonaires)
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A young woman who has been stricken with infantile paralysis gives up hope and is trying to "will herself" to die. A doctor who has been conducting experiments with patients with paralyzed nerves is convinced he can cure her.

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Heart-warming, human and delightful!

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26 January 1945 (USA)  »

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They Shall Have Faith  »

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