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Beyond Tomorrow(1940)

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  • Sentimental, Yet Effective(1940)

    • nshepard
    • 12/25/12

    Three older men use the "lost" wallet routine in an attempt to find an honest person, but end up playing cupid instead. James Houston(Richard Carlson) and Jean Lawrence(Jean Parker) met and love ensues. Unfortunately the three men are killed in a plane crash and return to help the young couple overcome obstacles that threaten their relationship. C.Aubrey Smith, Harry Carey and Charles Winninger are just terrific as the philantrhopic trio. Some very excellent segments really deliver a powerful message of Love and Spiritual Hope. Highly recommended ! 4.5 stars out of 5. You might shed a tear or two....

  • BEYOND TOOMORROW

    • LAURA ADAMS
    • 12/23/11

    THE BEST EVER!!! THIS IS THE VERY REASON I DON'T WATCH UP -TO-DATE MOVIES. WHEN YOU HAVE ACCESS TO SUCH WONDERFUL MOVIES AS THIS, WHY WATCH ANYTHING BUT TCM.I HAD EVERY EMOTION POSSIBLE WATCHING THIS MOVIE. THE CAST WAS SPECTACULAR. COULD NOT HAVE DONE BETTER IF WRITTEN FOR EACH ACTOR INDIVIDUALLY. OMG!!! I LOVE THESE CLASSIC MOVIES.

  • Wonderfully spiritual movie

    • David Erhardt
    • 10/21/09

    This is one of the most wonderful and unusual movies ever produced by Hollywood. Three elderly men make friends of a lonely young man and woman who fall in love and become engaged. The three men die drastically in a plane crash, but become spiritual guides for this young couple as ghosts. The young man becomes a success as a singer, and soon lets success get to his head and ignores the girl he was going to marry. The young man gets shot and dies. The elderly ghost asks God to give the young man a second chance to live, to make amends with his true love, which God grants. As you can tell, this is not a typical Hollywood movie. It deals with heaven, hell, and purgatory without mentioning the words. It's a very entertaining, sometimes humorous, and moving movie. The acting is fine, with Charles Winninger, C Aubrey Smith, and Harry Carey as the elderly ghosts. This movie isn't for everybody, but this movie has a deep spiritual meaning that will touch many.

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