Oh, God! Book II (1980)

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In this mild sequel to the 1977 appearance of George Burns as God, the Heavenly Father shows up again, this time to talk to Tracy (Louanne), a young girl whose earthly father (David Birney) is in the advertising business. God's intention is to promote himself among the children first. Tracy comes up with a way to further awareness of the Supreme Being with posters and graffiti that say "Think God." She and her classmates set out on this campaign, but Tracy ends up facing a phalanx of … More

Rating: PG
Genre: Comedy, Kids & Family
Directed By:
Written By: Hal Goldman, Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs, Melissa Miller, Josh Greenfeld
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On DVD: Feb 15, 2005
Runtime:
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Cast


as Paula Richards

as Don Richards

as Tracy Richards

as Shingo

as Mr. Benson

as Dr. Shitley

as Dr. Jerome Newell

as Newscaster

as Herself

as Dr. Barnes

as Judge Miller

as Harriet Manley

as Dr. Young, School Ps...

as Mrs. Hudson, Tracy'...

as Superintendant Jeffr...

as Rosa, Paula's House...
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Critic Reviews for Oh, God! Book II

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (3)

Full Review… | October 23, 2004
Chicago Sun-Times
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Full Review… | March 26, 2009
Variety
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Full Review… | August 30, 2004
New York Times
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Oh, God! Book II offers plenty of food for thought on the nature of God, the meaning of faith, the limits of psychiatry, and the importance of story-telling.

Full Review… | May 23, 2003
Spirituality and Practice

August 27, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Oh, God! Book II

Really a completely unnecessary sequel, it is supposed to pull at your heart strings but hardly did for me. Overacted and or poorly acted by most. George Burns is always good to watch though, but the material he has to work with doesn't make use of his talents.

jam233
James Higgins

clever, funny, charming...a refreshingly innocent comedy with great characters with great screen chemistry, well-shot, and a nice message. also nice to see Burns play a more user-friendly God instead the deist observer from the original.

½

BACK TO THE DAYS WHEN YOU COULD MAKE A COMEDY WITHOUT ONE SINGLE SWEAR WORD IN IT!!! REFRESHINGLY FUNNY!!!

1HotGrandma
CAROL H.

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