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Heaven Can Wait
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(1943)

Henry Van Cleve presents himself at the gates of Hell only to find he is closely vetted on his qualifications for entry. Surprised there is any question on his suitability, he recounts his lively life and the women he has known from his mother onwards, but mainly concentrating on his happy but sometimes difficult twenty-five years of marriage to Martha.

Runtime:
1:52
Released:
August 11, 1943

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P4tsvabgxzcn5rrpzshyli2dbus Gene Tierney Martha
Nealranfwjszoaynqglx28kdm9n Don Ameche Henry Van Cleve
Axgf4dmbc2ws842mirtefjccrrv Charles Coburn Hugo Van Cleve
Mw1zcpseau6coanityuielg8bbo Marjorie Main Mrs. Strable
C3vqwwopnzslfus6flkgjrlof3p Laird Cregar His Excellency
Yk2rvx1dvd6yb5afwuqwd3pefqm Spring Byington Bertha Van Cleve
Rmgoupvty8nwd4hdkigblqnaamv Allyn Joslyn Albert Van Cleve
Jgpbb0d4dcuf0hypnmtxns9ysxz Eugene Pallette E.F. Strable
3mkhwpqqqwpflhjx30auk6myowi Signe Hasso Mademoiselle
K0uuhpk8xgko7d7iof2srxvee69 Louis Calhern Randolph Van Cleve
Helene Reynolds Peggy Nash
Rrr9oy45ngxrxez4hv3catqmvkb Aubrey Mather James
Noigxslu61ut0nr4wf1k6gvklbl Tod Andrews Jack Van Cleve (as Michael Ames)
Tczdstq648qq9jhriebd7mldnby Dickie Moore Henry Van Cleve - Age 15 (uncredited)

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Directing

Ernst Lubitsch Director

Writing

Samson Raphaelson Screenplay

Leslie Bush-Fekete Theatre Play