Oh, God! Book II
|Oh, God Book II|
|Directed by||Gilbert Cates|
|Produced by||Gilbert Cates|
|Screenplay by||Josh Greenfeld
Fred S. Fox
|Music by||Charles Fox|
|Edited by||Peter E. Berger|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
Oh, God! Book II is a 1980 comedy film which is a sequel to the 1977 film, Oh, God!. It was directed by Gilbert Cates, and stars George Burns, Suzanne Pleshette, David Birney and Louanne Sirota. Joyce Brothers and Hugh Downs also made cameo appearances in the film.
Oh, God! Book II was followed by Oh, God! You Devil in 1984. Burns was the only cast member who appeared in more than one of the films.
In this sequel, God asks the help of 11-year-old Tracy Richards (Louanne Sirota) to help promote Himself. Tracy creates the slogan "Think God" and soon has her friends spreading the message by posters, graffiti and other ways. But Tracy's parents and psychiatrists think the young girl is just insane. God is the only one that can straighten out the situation. One of the memorable scenes showed God riding a motorcycle, with Tracy riding in the sidecar, where there were scenes that showed nobody on the motorcycle, which baffled the two policemen.
- George Burns ... God
- Suzanne Pleshette ... Paula Richards
- David Birney ... Don Richards
- Louanne Sirota ... Tracy Richards
- John Louie ... Shingo
- Wilfrid Hyde-White ... Judge Thomas Miller
- Conrad Janis ... Charles Benson, School Principal
- Hans Conried ... Dr Barnes
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