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  • Actors: Claudette Colbert, Orson Welles, George Brent
  • Directors: Irving Pichel
  • Writers: Gwen Bristow, Lenore J. Coffee
  • Producers: David Lewis
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: MGM
  • DVD Release Date: July 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005E7SFAQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,868 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Claudette Colbert, Orson Welles, George Brent and Natalie Wood star in this moving, romantic drama about a soldier, previously thought lost in action, who returns years later to find his wife remarried.

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Great story line, superb acting.
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TOMORROW IS FOREVER is one of my all-time favorite movies.
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One of the forgotten old time great movies to watch.
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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Simon Davis on November 21, 2002
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I find with each viewing of the classic "Tomorrow Is Forever" I find I like the production more and more. It is such a totally rich film in so many ways, whether it be the sterling central performance from Claudette Colbert in what I'm convinced is one of her finest performances, Orson Welles's charmed under playing of a role that could have been simply sentimental, or the haunting anti-war message it puts forward in its telling of life through two world wars.
"Tomorrow Is Forever" has so much to offer to the viewer in so many different ways. Claudette Colbert always a favourite actress of mine proves once and for all what a superb dramatic actress she can be. Long regarded as one of the premier comedy actresses of the 1930's and 40's here she excels in the role of a young bride who believes she has lost her husband in WW1 action only to find that years later after she has re married that a stranger who comes into her families life gives her a eerie sense that that might not be the case. In this film she is at times touchingly lovely, stubborn, full of anger and full of hope, in short she has a wonderful well rounded character to work with and she makes the most of it.
Claudette is blessed with two excellent leading men in this production in Orson Welles and George Brent. Welles, so often prone to bellicose overplaying of roles that require a bit of restraint, here delivers a beautiful modulated performance as Claudette's first husband who seemingly has come back from the grave. His scenes after he has returned to Colbert's home are wonderful and full of tension as to whether he will reveal his real identity.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 6, 2001
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This movie is both a heart wrenching story about 2 people in love who are torn apart by war and a story about several kinds of love. A man who so loves his wife that he can not bring her any pain; a woman who deeply loves a man she thought was lost in the war and who also loves the kind man to whom she is now married; a mother's love for her son; a little orphan's love for the kind man who took her from war-torn Europe. I defy anyone who sees this movie to not be moved to tears (or at least secret tears for the "macho" men). Brilliant performaces by Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles. I loved little Natalie Wood in this early film. I have watched it many times and it remains my all time favorite movie. They just DO NOT make them like this any more.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 4, 2002
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Irving Pichel was a genious in casting and directing this film.Fresh from his "Citizen Kane" and "The Magnificent Ambersons"film masterpieces,Orson Welles takes on the role of the ultimate anti-war hero who sacrifices his adult life and any shreds of happiness for the wife he will always love but surrenders to a far better and less painful world ,the son who is never told who is true father is,and a child war refugee ,played by Natalie Wood.,whom he rescues from war-ravaged Europe. If possible,see this film alone without any distractions. The script,film score,acting/body language are sublime and as the story unfolds before you,not one nerve ending in your entire body will be left untouched.This film is more than the traditional 40's tearjerker;it is ,I feel, a parable on the power of the human heart and spirit to give complete,unconditional love .It will,I guarantee you,reaffirm your faith in humankind.Go ahead and have a good cry and enjoy.Films like this are "Gone Forever".
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ciara on July 22, 1999
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Living in those times of WWII, I remember how we all wanted to say goodbye to our loved ones and believe they would come back again, without a scratch on them. This is a true love story of how he loved his wife so much he did not want her to have to live with the "man" that returned. He did not realize that her love for him was so strong and alive, she could and would have loved him forever no matter what. Natalie Wood was wonderful as the little girl. Great supporting work from Greorge Brent. I'll always love Claudette's smile and manner. Her best role was in "Since You Went Away."
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Despite the movie's Harlequin-level romance novel title, the unlikely pairing of classic Hollywood leading lady Claudette Colbert and resident bad-boy Orson Welles actually works in this intriguing albeit far-fetched 1946 melodrama directed by the relatively undistinguished Irving Pichel. Written by Lenore J. Coffee, the plot concentrates initially on newly married John and Elizabeth McDonald, who are suddenly separated when he enlists for combat duty during WWI. Just as she discovers she is pregnant, Elizabeth receives word that John is dead, but the truth is that he is so badly injured that he doesn't want to return to her as a cripple. Once recovered, he takes on the guise of an Austrian scientist named Erik Kessler. Twenty years elapse, and Elizabeth has remarried to businessman Larry Hamilton, who has coincidentally recruited Kessler to test the company's new product formula. Elizabeth meets Kessler but does not recognize him to be her long lost John due to plastic surgery. However, John knows her, and they become intertwined again when their son Drew decides to enlist in the RAF years before the U.S. enters WWII.

The story sounds preposterous on paper, but it is quite compelling to see the movie evolve toward its inevitable resolution. Colbert is her naturally effervescent self, though she is well into her forties here and a mite too mature for the early scenes when she is playing a blushing newlywed to the twelve-years younger Welles. Nonetheless, she provides surprising bite to the scenes where Elizabeth confronts her own prejudices about war. In the juiciest role, Welles has a field day as the crippled, defeated Kessler as he keeps his naturally grandiose manner in check.
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