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One More Tomorrow (1946)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  1 June 1946 (USA)
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Shiftless playboy Tom Collier lives to jump from party to party--until he meets photographer Christie Sage. Through Christie, Tom takes over the ownership of The Bantam, a liberal magazine ... See full summary »

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Dennis Morgan ...
Thomas Rufus 'Tom' Collier III
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Patrick 'Pat' Regan
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Cecelia Henry
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Frankie Connors
Reginald Gardiner ...
James 'Jim' Aloysius Fisk
John Loder ...
Owen Arthur
Marjorie Gateson ...
Aunt Edna Collier
Thurston Hall ...
Thomas Rufus Collier II
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Joseph Baronova
Marjorie Hoshelle ...
Illa Baronova
Sig Arno ...
Poppa Diaduska
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Shiftless playboy Tom Collier lives to jump from party to party--until he meets photographer Christie Sage. Through Christie, Tom takes over the ownership of The Bantam, a liberal magazine which opposes everything his family represents. As Tom and Christie's relationship deepens, love blooms and he proposes to her. Realizing that she could never fit in with Tom's social circle, Christie says no, a decision she later regrets. But Tom isn't left alone for long--scheming gold-digger Cecelia Henry wastes no time in catching Tom on the rebound and forcing him into a disastrous marriage. Written by Daniel Bubbeo

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1 June 1946 (USA)  »

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The Animal Kingdom  »

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Filmed between early April and early June of 1943, with shooting recommencing between mid-October and early November, this movie finally premiered on May 24, 1946 at the Strand Theatre in Manhattan. Allegedly, the picture had not received a quicker release due to Warner Bros.' lack of confidence in the box office potential. See more »

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Aunt Edna Collier: I wasn't born yesterday you know.
Patrick Regan: Well certainly the day before.
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Version of The Animal Kingdom (1932) See more »

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Where Was I?
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Music by W. Franke Harling
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Remake of the infinitely superior THE ANIMAL KINGDOM (1932) suffers the comparison.
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Warner Bros. apparently tried to buy up and/or surpress all existing prints of the zingy pre-code classic THE ANIMAL KINGDOM (1932) when they decided to remake it as ONE MORE TOMORROW (1946). And no wonder--this turgid remake definitely suffers the comparison. While adding a bit of the Warner Bros. panache and moving a bit more quickly (the earlier version was more faithful to the original stage play, and thus more talky), ONE MORE TOMORROW takes out all the zing, bite, and--most disturbingly--the very real human grappling with opposite desires--that THE ANIMAL KINGDOM managed to transpose so successfully to the screen from Philip Barry's equally successful play. Barry, the author of such gems as HOLIDAY and THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, seemed fascinated with the moral dilemmas faced by the rich and the not so rich as they struggle to come to terms with who--and what--is the most important guiding force in their lives. Unfortunately, the production code forced Warner Bros. to temper the life out of Barry's still timely ideas about the perils of "selling out" in love and business. The result is, sadly, a film that plays as a standard Warner Bros. soaper, with little emotional or mental involvement involved. If you're a fan of stars Smith, Morgan, and Sheridan (who all do the best they can with the material), you'll want to see this one. If you're more interested in the idea behind it, or in Philip Barry, check out the infinitely superior THE ANIMAL KINGDOM--an unjustly forgotten precode classic guaranteed to appeal to both the heart and mind.


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