Green Light (1937) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Frank Borzage and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Henry Blanke, Jack L. Warner and Frank Borzage.
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Green Light (1937). Directed by Frank Borzage. Cast: Errol Flynn, Anita Louise and Margaret Lindsay.The film is adapted from a novel written by Lloyd C. Douglas. The novel is related to Douglas' previous book, Magnificent Obsession, which was also turned into a movie. Young surgeon Newell Paige, li... Read full article
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Mrs. Dexter: There was religion long before there was music.
Dean Harcourt: I imagine we come here for the same purpose... to look off into eternity.
Dr. Newell Paige: I don't think I'm very much concerned with eternity. My job's with the present.
Dean Harcourt: The present troubles you?
Dr. Newell Paige: Yes, a little. One has ideals... Troublesome things, ideals. They get in the way of logic, fair thinking. Eternity?
[He shakes his head]
Dr. Newell Paige: After all, the patient feels just as much pain today even though tomorrow he thinks he may be sitting on the edge of a cloud, strumming a harp.
Dean Harcourt: And you're concerned with curing today's pain so the patient won't... uh... join the Heavenly Host.
Dr. Newell Paige: Right.
Dean Harcourt: Narurally as a physician you believe that...
Dr. Newell Paige: [Interrupting] How did you know I'm a physician?
Dean Harcourt: You just told me.
Dr. Newell Paige: [laughs to himself] Right.
Dean Harcourt: Tou know, you and I are in the same sort of business. If I concern myself more with eternity, it's because my job is with the soul, rather than with the body.
Dr. Newell Paige: Preacher?
Dean Harcourt: I much prefer to be known as a teacher.
Doctor John Stafford: [Seeing Paige cooking eggs] Who told you to get breakfast?
Dr. Newell Paige: My stomach!
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After his first two starring films, "Captain Blood" and "The Charge of the Light Brigade," Errol Flynn asked Warners to find him a non-swashbuckling role. "Green Light" was the result. However, he was back with sword in hand for his next, "The Prince and the Pauper."
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onJanuary 31, 1938 with Errol Flynn reprising his film role.
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