Seventh Heaven (1937)

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Movie Info

A remake of the classic 1927 romance by the same name, this bittersweet drama follows the abiding love between a Parisian fellow who works in the sewers and dreams of finding a love of his own. When his fervent prayers remain unanswered, he turns away from God.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Drama , Romance
Directed By:
Written By:
In Theaters:
 limited
Runtime:
Studio:
20th Century Fox

Cast

Jean Hersholt
as Fr. Chevillon
John Hamilton
as Gendarme
Frank Puglia
as Postman
John Qualen
as Sewer Rat
Thomas Beck
as Bissac
Irving Bacon
as Young Soldier
John Picorri
as Proprietor
Paul Porcasi
as Gendarme
Edward Keane
as Gendarme
Rafaela Ottiano
as Mme. Frisson
Georges Renavent
as Gendarme Sergeant
John Bleifer
as Lamplighter
Leonid Snegoff
as Officer
Sig Rumann
as Durand
Eugene Borden
as Young Man
Rollo Lloyd
as Mateot
Will Stanton
as Young Soldier
Evelyn Selbie
as Old Slattern
Gene Massett
as Wounded Soldier
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Audience Reviews for Seventh Heaven

½

Jimmy Stewart as, get this, a Parisian sewer worker, who longs to be a street cleaner. As circumstances have it he manages to accidentally save an suicidal streetwalker and winds up falling for her, and she for him, in this unconventional, yet predictable, still charming romance.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

½

Unmemorable in every way. Setbound remake of the silent classic is well produced but stilted and awkward. Made very early in Jimmy's career he is totally miscast as a Parisian sewer worker, lush romanticism was never his strong suit, and he sticks out like a sore thumb. This is especially jarring since costar Simone Simon was actually French.

jay nixon
jay nixon

Super Reviewer

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