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Susan and God (1940) was a Drama - Comedy Film directed by George Cukor and produced by Hunt Stromberg.

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Susan Trexel: I'll tell him I don't approve of it in the daytime. All night's long enough for anything on earth.

Susan Trexel: Where did you get that hideous thing you're wearing?
Blossom Trexel: They got it for me.
Susan Trexel: They?
Blossom Trexel: The school did.
Susan Trexel: Oh, really, Barry. After all the money we pay that school to then neglect her appearance like this. You look all wool and a yard wide.
Blossom Trexel: Mother, you're funny! And you look so divine.
Susan Trexel: Well, why not? I work like a trojan at it.

Susan Trexel: If you want to know anything about this glamour business, just come to your mother.

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The play was originally bought for Norma Shearer. She balked at playing the mother of a 14-year old, so Joan Crawford got the role.
The play originally opened on 10 April 1937 in Princeton, New Jersey, and moved to New York City, New York on 7 October 1937 where it ran for 288 performances. Gertrude Lawrence played the role of Susan.
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Also directed by George Cukor

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Also produced by Hunt Stromberg

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Also released in 1940

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