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Forever and a Day (1943) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by René Clair and Herbert Wilcox and produced by Frank Lloyd, Edmund Goulding, Victor Saville, Cedric Hardwicke and René Clair.

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This film has more credited writers than any other.
The poem, "Come into the Garden Maud ", was written by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Alfred Hitchcock prepared the sequence involving Ida Lupino, and was to have directed it; scheduling prevented him, and it was directed by René Clair, who used Hitchcock's script.
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Also directed by Edmund Goulding




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Also produced by Frank Lloyd




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Also released in 1943




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