Now and Forever (1934) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Louis D. Lighton.
Now and Forever ( 1956 )By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 3, 2018 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers
"You can't separate us! We love each other!" Lonely upper-class English schoolgirl Janette Grant ( Janette Scott ) falls in love with handsome Mike Pritchard ( Vernon Gray ), a poor mechanic from the local village. Janette's mother believes the courtship to be unsuitable and puts a stop to it by ... Read full article
Agora e Sempre / Now and Forever (1934)By L? on Jan 16, 2017 From Critica Retro
Agora e Sempre / Now and Forever (1934) A maioria dos filmes para a fam?lia, com?dias rom?nticas e filmes com estrelas mirins s?o bastante previs?veis. ? primeira vista, “Agora e Sempre” (1934) parecia tamb?m bastante previs?vel. Mas aqueles eram outros tempos, quando o c?digo Hay... Read full article
NOW AND FOREVER.By Crystal Kalyana on Oct 28, 2014 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
Toni Day ( Carole Lombard ) is married to Jerry Day ( Gary Cooper ). The couple are in a state of disparity with their lifestyle. While Toni yearns for a settled life and children, Jerry can’t accept that responsibility and feels that that sort of lifestyle would be a burden on him. When Jerry... Read full article
Now and Forever (1934)By Beatrice on Apr 13, 2013 From Flickers in Time
Now and Forever Directed by Henry Hathaway 1934/USA Paramount Pictures First viewing Gary Cooper pays con man Jerry Day who travels the world one step ahead of the law with his wife Toni (Carole Lombard). ?In China, he announces that he has a child and is going to sign her over to his ex-brother-i... Read full article
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Toni Carstairs Day: I guess you would.
Jerry Day: A bathroom's a bathroom. You don't live in it.
Jerry Day: You don't need to tell me how lucky Penny is that you want to take care of her. Do you still want to?
Mrs. J.H.P. Crane: I certainly do.
Jerry Day: Permanately?
Mrs. J.H.P. Crane: That's the only way I would consider it.
Jerry Day: Then that's the way it'll be. So she can grow up into a very lovely lady.
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In the scene in which Penny bursts into tears after finding the stolen necklace, Shirley Temple's tears were genuine. Just before filming the scene, Temple learned that her friend Dorothy Dell (her co-star in Little Miss Marker) had been killed in a car crash. Because of Temple's affection for Dell, the news was kept from her for as long as possible.
Shirley Temple memorized every line of dialogue in this movie, and whenever Gary Cooper forgot or fumbled his lines, Temple prompted him, much to Cooper's annoyance.
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