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When Tomorrow Comes
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(1939)

Romance and heartbreak walk hand-in-hand when Philip Chagal accidentally meets Helen Lawrence in a restaurant where she is a waitress. Unhappily married to a woman who suffers from mental illness, he is attracted to her and they make a date to go sailing, arriving at Philip's country home just as a storm is breaking. Helen learns who he is for the first time, a celebrated-and-famous concert pianist and, falling in love with him, decides to leave before matters go further. A hurricane hits and their car is crippled by a falling tree. Rising water forces then to seek shelter in the choir loft of a church, where they spend the night.

Released:
August 11, 1939

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Cast

Mwg5okrhpb8dyz5sovkzlostg9z Irene Dunne Helen Lawrence
5xjnsni2vr31yypyum77apcucte Charles Boyer Philip Chagal
Osdn2gy2erxbtbwlbsapfkwxaeh Barbara O'Neil Madeleine Chagal
4a97wzhkdgclyozfm3zmzooa37p Onslow Stevens Jim Holden
Nydia Westman Lulu
Kl8wuqmpauwqaone9fod7kkwctq Nella Walker Betty Dumont
Fritz Feld Nicholas
Eddie Acuff Second Bus Driver (uncredited)
Jane Barnes Waitress (uncredited)
Inez Courtney Waitress (uncredited)
2y5khekil2m39bnshgnf2teglfn Milburn Stone Head Busboy (uncredited)
Mary Treen Waitress (uncredited)
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Kitty McHugh Gladys, a Waitress (uncredited)

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John M. Stahl Director

Writing

James M. Cain Story

Dwight Taylor Screenplay