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Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)

Tomorrow Is Another Day





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When Margaret Mitchell originally submitted her manuscript for Gone with the Wind, its title was Tomorrow Is Another Day . The 1951 film of that title has nothing to do with Gone with the Wind, as will be obvious before the credits fade. Steve Cochran plays an ex-convict who thinks he killed a man. He takes it on the lam with Ruth Roman, a taxi dancer whose boyfriend is the supposed murder victim. Cochran is careful to marry Roman before transporting her across state lines; she doesn't really love him, but anything is better than her present lifestyle. Both husband and wife head for California, hoping to bury their past and start life clean, but society just won't let them. From the looks of things, Tomorrow Is Another Day might well have originally been intended for John Garfield, who died in 1951.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
Directed By: ,
Written By: Art Cohn, Guy Endore
In Theaters:
Warner Bros. Pictures


Steve Cochran
as Bill Clark / Mike Le...
Ruth Roman
as Catherine 'Cay' Higg...
Ray Teal
as Mr. Dawson
Lurene Tuttle
as Mrs. Dawson
Morris Ankrum
as Hugh Wagner
Lee Patrick
as Janet Higgins
Hugh Sanders
as Conover
Stuart Randall
as Frank Higgins
Walter Sande
as Sheriff
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Critic Reviews for Tomorrow Is Another Day

All Critics (2)

Not a film noir, but you should still invest your time in locating and viewing it.

Full Review… | October 30, 2011
Goatdog's Movies

Gloomy minor film noir with a happy ending.

Full Review… | January 10, 2011
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Audience Reviews for Tomorrow Is Another Day


I dig watching Ruth Roman's hard nosed dance hall girl slowly softening for the lug she finds herself saddled with, even if the film goes a bit melodramatic in the middle.

Worth a rental.

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