Oh, God! You Devil (1984)

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Movie Info

This is the third sequel to Oh God! and once again it has wry and funny George Burns playing the Almighty. He also gets to play the Devil. The story centers on a heavenly conflict between good and evil over the soul of an aspiring musician who, in desperation, signs a contract with Satan in exchange for fame.

Rating: PG
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Andrew Bergman
In Theaters:
On DVD: Feb 25, 2004
Runtime:
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Cast

George Burns

as God / Harry O. Tophe...
Ted Wass

as Bobby Shelton
Roxanne Hart

as Wendy Shelton
Eugene Roche

as Charlie Gray
John Doolittle

as Arthur Shelton
Julie Lloyd

as Bea Shelton
Ian Giatti

as Young Bobby
Janet Brandt

as Mrs. K.
Belita Moreno

as Mrs. Vega
Jack Kelly

as Billy's Band
Danny Ponce

as Joey Vega
Jason Wingreen

as Hotel Manager
Danny Mora

as Bellhop
Henry Reiss

as Wedding Party
Joseph Samperi

as Wedding Party
Donald Cadette

as Wedding Party
Jane Dulo

as Widow
Robert Desiderio

as Billy Wayne
Cynthia Tarr

as Receptionist
Robert Picardo

as Joe Ortiz
Arthur Malet

as Houseman
Tracy Bogart

as Woman in Restaurant
Crawford Binion

as Man in Restaurant
Buddy Powell

as Stage Manager
Jim Hodge

as Doctor
Brandy Gold

as Bobby's Daughter
Betty Bunch

as Poker Player
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Critic Reviews for Oh, God! You Devil

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (3)

Unhappily, the story didn't need to get this involved and it winds up constantly trying to pull the picture apart, working against the comedy.

Full Review… | February 25, 2004
Variety
Top Critic

The material is extremely slight, but at least it's benign.

Full Review… | February 25, 2004
New York Times
Top Critic

Full Review… | February 25, 2004
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

It's a hoary story, but Burns lends a new twist with his slick portrayal.

Full Review… | February 25, 2004
TV Guide's Movie Guide

George Burns stars in both title roles, primarily the second one. As Satan, he tempts a young musician with stardom and luxury. Burns's timing is often impeccable and he can make silly lines such as his hotel room exit, "If you want anything I'm in 666,"

February 25, 2004

The worst of the series, but Burns still entertains.

February 25, 2004
Juicy Cerebellum

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