Forever and a Day (1943 film)

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Forever and a Day
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Original film poster
Directed by multiple director[1]
Produced by multiple producers[2]
Written by multiple writers[3]
Starring Kent Smith
Ruth Warrick
Cinematography Robert De Grasse
Lee Garmes
Russell Metty
Nicholas Musuraca
(all uncredited)
Edited by George Crone
Elmo Williams
(both uncredited)
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release dates
  • March 26, 1943 (1943-03-26)[4]
Running time 104 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Forever and a Day is a 1943 drama film, a collaborative effort employing seven directors/producers and 22 writers, including an uncredited Alfred Hitchcock, with an enormous cast of well-known stars.

Plot[edit]

In World War II, American Gates Trimble Pomfret (Kent Smith) is in London during the Blitz to sell the ancestral family house. The current tenant, Leslie Trimble (Ruth Warrick), tries to dissuade him from selling by telling him the 140 year history of the place and the connections between the Trimble and Pomfret families.

Partial cast[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Directors: René Clair, Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson and Herbert Wilcox.
  2. ^ Producers: René Clair, Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson and Herbert Wilcox.
  3. ^ Writers: Charles Bennett, Alan Campbell, Norman Corwin, C. S. Forester, Peter Godfrey, Jack Hartfield, Lawrence Hazard, S. M. Herzig, James Hilton, Michael Hogan, Christopher Isherwood, Emmet Lavery, W. P. Lipscomb, Gene Lockhart, Frederick Lonsdale, Alice Duer Miller, R. C. Sherriff, Donald Ogden Stewart, John Van Druten, Claudine West, Keith Winter and Alfred Hitchcock (uncredited).
  4. ^ "Forever and a Day: Detail View". American Film Institute. Retrieved April 23, 2014. 

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