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Forever and a Day

Forever and a Day ★★★★ 1943

Tremendous salute to British history centers around a London manor originally built by an English admiral during the Napoleonic era and the exploits of succeeding generations. The house even manages to survive the blitz of WWII showing English courage during wartime. Once-in-a-lifetime casting and directing. 104m/B VHS, DVD . Brian Aherne, Robert Cummings, Ida Lupino, Charles Laughton, Herbert Marshall, Ray Milland, Anna Neagle, Merle Oberon, Claude Rains, Victor McLaglen, Buster Keaton, Jessie Matthews, Roland Young, Sir C. Aubrey Smith, Edward Everett Horton, Elsa Lanchester, Edmund Gwenn; D: Rene Clair, Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson, Herbert Wilcox, Kent Smith; W: Christopher Isherwood, Gene Lockhart, Donald Ogden Stewart, Charles Bennett, Michael Hogan, Peter Godfrey; C: Robert De Grasse, Lee Garmes, Russell Metty, Nicholas Musuraca; M: Anthony Collins.

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