Tomorrow Is Forever
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Tomorrow Is Forever
Elizabeth MacDonald (Claudette Colbert) is a newly married corporate librarian in 1918 Baltimore working for a chemical company owned by the Hamilton family and managed by Larry Hamilton (George Brent). Just as she is celebrating the armistice and anticipating the return of her husband John (Orson Welles), she learns he was killed in action, just days before the cease fire. Pregnant with their child and alone in the world, she is taken in by Larry Hamilton, who has loved her from afar and is driven by sympathy for her plight. She has her baby, a boy named Drew, and she and Larry marry, raising… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Tomorrow is Forever is one of my favourite films of 1946."
‑ Rhett Bartlett, Dial M For Movies
"A weepie family drama tailor-made for Douglas Sirk that is ably but too rationally directed by Irving Pichel."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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