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Catherine Mary Stewart,
Here we have a film that apparently was never released to the theatres & it is easy to figure out why You have Rob Lowe as one of the Devils messengers in heavy make-up looking years younger than he does on the West Wing, he is not very convincing in farce, an actress named Alexandra Power as an angel she is not very believable either & Michael York a very reliable actor playing Satan,. mr York has a field day & he at least seems to be enjoying the nonsense. Now there is one person I missed & her performance makes the film worth seeing I am talking about SIGNE HASSO she is an old time actress from the late `30s & `40s. She plays with mucho gusto an actress of that period. Its an absolute pleasure to watch her do a take of on herself. The rest of the cast & the entire production is second rate.
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