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One More Tomorrow (1946)

Passed | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 1 June 1946 (USA)
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 »


Peter Godfrey


Charles Hoffman (screenplay), Catherine Turney (screenplay) | 3 more credits »




Cast overview:
Ann Sheridan ... Christie Sage
Dennis Morgan ... Thomas Rufus 'Tom' Collier III
Jack Carson ... Patrick 'Pat' Regan
Alexis Smith ... Cecelia Henry
Jane Wyman ... Frankie Connors
Reginald Gardiner ... James 'Jim' Aloysius Fisk
John Loder ... Owen Arthur
Marjorie Gateson ... Aunt Edna Collier
Thurston Hall ... Thomas Rufus Collier II
John Abbott ... Joseph Baronova
Marjorie Hoshelle ... Illa Baronova
Sig Arno ... Poppa Diaduska


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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See What She Did to That "XMAS in Conn." Kid (print ad - Lubbock Morning Avalanche - Lindsey Theatre - Lubbock, Texas - August 13, 1946) See more »


Comedy | Drama | Romance


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Reginald Gardiner was borrowed from Twentieth Century-Fox for this film. See more »


A close-up of the cover of an issue of The Bantam seen after Tom invests in it says "Vol. 1, No. 1" even though it has been in publication for at least a year and previous issues under Tom's ownership have been shown and/or talked about. See more »


[first lines]
James 'Jim' Aloysius Fisk: Not your best effort Mr. Hitchcock.
Patrick Regan: No, kinda morbid ain't it.
Christie Sage: To say the least.
Patrick Regan: Well it's supposed to be a surprise party ma'am.
Christie Sage: Oh. I thought it was a housewarming for Dracula.
James 'Jim' Aloysius Fisk: Well you wanted to come.
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Version of The Animal Kingdom (1932) See more »


One More Tomorrow
Written by Ernesto Lecuona, Edgar De Lange and Josef Myrow
Performed by an unidentified singer
Played often in the score
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Warners film, good basic cast
12 July 2016 | by blanche-2See all my reviews

This is a good Warners film with a cast of their second-tier stars: Dennis Morgan, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Jane Wyatt, and Reginald Gardner. It was held for three years before release. Not sure why.

Tom Collier (Morgan) is from a wealthy family but not happy being a playboy or entering the family business. He wants to build something on his own. He purchases a liberal magazine instead.

Money-hungry Cecelia (Smith) has set her cap for Tom. He's in love with the magazine's photographer, Christie (Sheridan), but she shoots him down. Cecelia makes her move, and the two marry.

She's trouble from the beginning as she agrees with Tom's father about keeping the status quo. She certainly doesn't want Tom's best friend (Carson) around, who actually works for them as a butler.

Tom has to make a decision about who he is. One of the reviewers here thought it was unrealistic because Cecelia is a horrible person. Obviously he hasn't been exposed to what I have - and in my own family. Guys like the Tom character are absolute set-ups for these vipers, who will cut them off from their families and make them do things they don't want to do. Frankly they're a dime a dozen - snobby, patrician, and concerned with appearances.

Morgan, Sheridan, Carson, and Wyman as Christie's friend are very likable. We know how this film will end though it does push the envelope of the code.

Life's funny - Carson and Sheridan died in their early fifties, while Wyman and Morgan lived to ripe old ages. Here they're young, attractive, and working very well together. Pleasant film despite that mean Alexis Smith.

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Release Date:

1 June 1946 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Animal Kingdom See more »


Box Office


$869,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Warner Bros. See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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