Oh, God! You Devil (1984)




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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.
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George Burns
as God / Harry O. Tophet
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
Chere Bryson
as Stunts
Ian Giatti
as Young Bobby
Janet Brandt
as Mrs. K.
George Fisher
as Stunts
Belita Moreno
as Mrs. Vega
Ted Grossman
as Stunts
Danny Ponce
as Joey Vega
Jack Kelly
as Billy's Band
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
Susan Peretz
as Louise
Robert Desiderio
as Billy Wayne
Anthony Sgueglia
as Bodyguard
Cynthia Tarr
as Receptionist
Robert Picardo
as Joe Ortiz
Ron Silver
as Gary Frantz
Arthur Malet
as Houseman
Martin Garner
as Shamus
Tracy Bogart
as Woman in Restaurant
Arnold Johnson
as Preacher
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 (10) | Top Critics (2)

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… | March 25, 2009
Top Critic

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

May 20, 2003
New York Times
Top Critic

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

Full Review… | October 8, 2013
TV 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,"

October 14, 2004

The worst of the series, but Burns still entertains.

February 1, 2004
Juicy Cerebellum

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January 6, 2006
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Audience Reviews for Oh, God! You Devil


Another bad sequel from the 80s, this one is no where near as good as the first one. I'd say just see the first one and forget about this movie.

Aj V
Aj V

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This is a poor sequel to the original, Oh God! from the seventies. The story is too familiar and predictable that this movie isn't even worth seeing. The middle of the movie was especially boring. The beginning is a bit funny, and the ending was alright, but overall it's not a great movie, the main character isn't even very likable. Burns is "cute" as God, but other than him the cast isn't good. I wouldn't recommend seeing this movie, just watch the first one.

Lisa Spader
Lisa Spader

Cute, but too cute. Predictable, unimpressive cast outside of George Burns, and even his presence wears thin. Nothing special. A few amusing moments but it's just all so familiar. Bland.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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