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After Tomorrow (1932)

Approved | | Drama | 6 March 1932 (USA)
Engaged couple faces financial and family troubles that obstruct their marriage.

Director:

Frank Borzage

Writers:

Hugh Stanislaus Stange (play) (as Hugh Stange), John Golden (play) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Charles Farrell ... Peter Piper
Marian Nixon ... Sidney Taylor
Minna Gombell ... Else Taylor
William Collier Sr. ... Willie Taylor
Josephine Hull ... Mrs. Piper
William Pawley ... Malcolm Jarvis
Greta Granstedt ... Betty
Ferdinand Munier ... Mr. Beardsley
Nora Lane ... Florence Blandy
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Storyline

In the Depression, Pete and Sidney are good kids, working hard, giving money to their parents, and engaged for three years while they save to get married. Each has a selfish mother: Sydney's is cold, Pete's is clingy. Sidney's mother is looking for her own happiness, no matter how much that search harms her daughter and long-suffering husband; and, the longer the engagement lingers, the more pressure Pete's mom puts on Sidney to break it off and set her son free. "After Tomorrow" is Pete and Sidney's favorite song, but with illness, poverty, and temptation: will that good day ever come? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 March 1932 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Esperança See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Fox Film Corporation See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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When Pete is showing the ticket to Sidney, the microphone shadow falls across the brim of his hat. See more »

Quotes

Peter Piper: Who's a rotten egg?
Sidney Taylor: You are!
Peter Piper: You can't call me a rotten egg! Come on, take it back! You tell me that I'm as gentle as a cooing dove. Come on!
[He holds her down and tickles her]
Sidney Taylor: I give up. I take it back. You're no rotten egg.
Peter Piper: What am I?
Sidney Taylor: You're a great big mug.
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All the World Will Smile Again After Tomorrow
Written by James F. Hanley (as James Hanley)
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Depression Street
9 July 2016 | by apocryphosSee all my reviews

"Back Street" brought down to roaches, clinging 'n swinging moms and basement cold water flats! Depression Dirge Tune: "All the world will smile again. Dialogue punctuated by the "Aw! Gees! and "Swells" vocabulary of that inchoate time. Grace notes: Clinging mom's Wedding Gift: a bra wafted aloft. Silver plated wedding gift (for 4) from co-workers. Nostalgic Notes: Doctor conveniently across tenement street. No Radio! No fans!No fridge! Surprises: Anti-smoking message and barely chaste lovers. Ending: Erotic Niagara Falls. Better than North by Northwest but in the tradition of "Our Daily Bread", the"Crowd" and "Beggars of Life".


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