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Between Two Worlds (1944) was a Mystery - Drama Film directed by Edward A. Blatt and produced by Jack L. Warner and Mark Hellinger.

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THE ELEANOR PARKER BLOGATHON: Between Two Worlds, 1944

on Oct 10, 2020 From Caftan Woman

Maddy Loves Her Classic Films is saluting the beautiful and versatile Eleanor Parker with a blogathon running October 10th and 11th. Join the online tributes HERE. My contribution is a look at Between Two Worlds, 1944. Sutton Vane's play Outward Bound premiered in London in 1923. The fantasy... Read full article


Pre-Code vs. Post-Code: "Outward Bound" and "Between Two Worlds"

By David on Nov 21, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Sutton Vane's 1923 play "Outward Bound" takes place on a ship sailing to the hereafter, a kind of celestial branch of Carnival Cruise Lines where the passengers find out if their luggage is going to heaven or hell, and them with it. It was an unlikely stage success in London, and the 1924 Broadway p... Read full article


Pre-Code vs Post-Code: "Outward Bound" and "Between Two Worlds"

By David on Nov 21, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Sutton Vane's 1923 play "Outward Bound" takes place on a ship sailing to the hereafter, a kind of celestial branch of Carnival Cruise Lines where the passengers find out if their luggage is going to heaven or hell, and them with it. It was an unlikely stage success in London, and the 1924 Broadway p... Read full article


Between Two Worlds (1944)

By Lindsey on Jun 8, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

World War II is in full swing, and London is being hit with an air raid attack. After the attack, several people awake on board an odd ship with no knowledge of how they got there or where they’re headed. They were all planning to board ships for America before the air raid occurred, but this ... Read full article


Between Two Worlds and Outward Bound: One's a Classic, One's Not

By Rick29 on Sep 2, 2012 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

The following review contains plot spoilers. John Garfield learns his destiny. Long ago, when I could still be surprised by a classic film, I discovered Between Two Worlds on a local TV station. It quickly entranced me with its tale of a mysterious ocean liner drifting through misty waters wit... Read full article


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Reverend William Duke: Why it's Thompson, Tim Thompson, same as ever!
Reverend Tim Thompson: Looking like a character that stepped out of the middle ages, eh?
Reverend William Duke: Oh yes, Ferguson said that.
Reverend Tim Thompson: And what did you say? Let him go right back there!


Tom Prior: I read a great epitaph once, I'm gonna steal it for myself.
Scrubby: Sir?
Tom Prior: Here lies Prior, died a bachelor. Wifeless. Childless. Wish his father'd died the same.


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The play "Outward Bound" opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 7 January 1924 and closed in May 1924 after 144 performances. The opening night cast included Dudley Digges, Leslie Howard, J.M. Kerrigan, Alfred Lunt and Beryl Mercer. There was one Broadway revival in 1938, directed by Otto Preminger.
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