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There's Always Tomorrow

There's Always Tomorrow(1934)

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This film was also known as To-day We Live, and was later released under the title Too Late for Love. A pre-release article in Motion Picture Herald credits Christine Ames with the continuity. In 1941, according to a Hollywood Reporter news item, the studio had planned to produce another adaptation of Ursula Parrott's novel, with Erle Kenton as the director. That version was not made, but the novel was used the basis for the 1956, Douglas Sirk-directed Universal release of the same title. The 1956 film starred Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck.