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Heaven Can Wait
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(1978)

Joe Pendleton is a quarterback preparing to lead his team to the superbowl when he is almost killed in an accident. An overanxious angel plucks him to heaven only to discover that he wasn't ready to die, and that his body has been cremated. A new body must be found, and that of a recently murdered millionaire is chosen. His wife and accountant, the murderers, are confused by this development, as he buys the L.A. Rams in order to once again quarterback them into the Superbowl.

Runtime:
1:41
Released:
June 28, 1978

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Cast

Hluj6pidujbhxdsncjrgzmv8dnm Warren Beatty Joe Pendleton
8exanerh7vhcm2ratpau89qwzjm Julie Christie Betty Logan
B0ebmbobdayvk8fn2cfcql4taw9 James Mason Mr. Jordan
Izketrxplwngcqguhbbvepn7kbt Dyan Cannon Julia Farnsworth
8lht8qepwtpsfw0dqj5k8yuuzt1 Charles Grodin Tony Abbott
Pd98exbwld4f9qmqd0n8sa7j6pw Jack Warden Max Corkle
Fqwpjik2twivbrflrtjuzxtpzov Buck Henry The Escort
G7iwqhaaikh5lstw39pxt0ooxvc Vincent Gardenia Krim
Hgq8vdtbsk0ovvxrjhkayxztvth Joseph Maher Sisk
Tb43nemeqmqm4zqqc5zk0iicqg3 Hamilton Camp Bentley
Arthur Malet Everett
Stephanie Faracy Corinne
Jeannie Linero Lavinia
Harry D.K. Wong Gardener
George J. Manos Security Guard
Larry Block Peters
Frank Campanella Conway
Bill Sorrells Tomarken
Dick Enberg TV Interviewer
Dolph Sweet Head Coach
R.G. Armstrong General Manager
Swzzlw08m89zbl43gdhnex6iiy5 Ed Peck Trainer (as Ed V. Peck)
4mfemvfzxpurrcvbtcpyixf5koe John Randolph Former Owner
Richard O'Brien Advisor to Former Owner

Crew

Camera

William A. Fraker Director of Photography

Directing

Warren Beatty Director

Buck Henry Director

Editing

Robert C. Jones Editor

Don Zimmerman Editor

Sound

Dave Grusin Original Music Composer

Writing

Elaine May Screenplay

Harry Segall Theatre Play