Where There's Life

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Where There's Life
Where There's Life.jpg
Directed by Sidney Lanfield
Produced by Paul Jones
Written by Allen Boretz (screenplay)
Melville Shavelson (story and screenplay)
Starring Bob Hope
Signe Hasso<William Bendix
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates November 21, 1947
Running time 75 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Where There's Life is a 1947 comedy film.[1][2] The film's title derives from a line in Don Quixote ("Where there's life, there's hope", a play on the name of its star, Bob Hope).

Plot[edit]

Hope plays American radio announcer who finds out he is the new king of "Barovia", although a secret society called the Mordia, which assassinated the previous ruler, has other ideas.

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Variety film review; October 8, 1947, page 8.
  2. ^ Harrison's Reports film review; October 11, 1947, page 162.


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