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I've Lived Before (1956)

Approved | | Drama, Fantasy | September 1956 (USA)
An airline pilot believes that he is a pilot that was killed during World War I.




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Complete credited cast:
John Bolan / Lt. Peter Stevens
Leigh Snowden ...
Lois Gordon
Mrs. Jane Stone
Dr. Thomas Bryant
Joseph Hackett, Federal Airways
Russell Smith, Copilot
Simon Scott ...
Robert Allen, Attorney
April Kent ...
Grace Hoydt, Stewardess
Vernon Rich ...
Dave Anderson Federal's Lawyer
Dr. Miller
Brad Morrow ...
Johnny Bolan (12 years old)


An airline pilot believes that he is a pilot that was killed during World War I.

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September 1956 (USA)  »

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Eu Vivi Antes  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.85 : 1
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John Bolan aka Lt. Peter Stevens: My name is John Bolan. I was the pilot on your flight to Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. Jane Stone: Oh yes, of course. I didn't recognize you at first without your uniform.
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See Leigh!
4 December 2002 | by (Columbia, South Carolina, USA) – See all my reviews

A year or two before this film was released, the biggest best seller in the US was a book called "The Search for Bridey Murphy," a book about reincarnation. In that book a modern woman supposedly knew intimate details of the life of Bridey Murphy, an obscure Irish woman who died in the 19th century and of whom she had never heard. This silly film, in which a contemporary (1956) man remembers details in the life of a WWI pilot who was killed in action, was obvious intended to capitalize on "Bridey Murphy"'s success. It's not a good movie.

There is one reason, and only one, to see this film, and that is to see the gorgeous Leigh Snowden. She made very few film and retired from acting before she was 30, after she, truly a woman of the 50s, married accordianist Dick Contino and dedicated herself to raising a family. If her career had been better managed, or if she had been more committed to acting, she might have rivaled some of the blonde sex symbols of the 50s, such as Monroe and Mansfield. But it was not to be. Since this film isn't on video, the only chance you'll have to see it is if you're lucky enough to catch it on cable, most likely during the wee hours. Otherwise, your best opportunity to see the Lovely Leigh is in "All That Heaven Allows," an excellent Douglas Sirk soaper. Leigh, alas, will never be seen again; she died of cancer in 1982.

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