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      'Til We Meet Again

      Released Apr 20, 1940 1h 39m Romance List
      Reviews 43% Audience Score 100+ Ratings Time is short for Joan Ames (Merle Oberon). Suffering from a terminal illness, she has only weeks to live and has decided to spend her remaining days traveling the globe. While on a cruise ship back to America, she meets and falls in love with Dan Hardesty (George Brent). Joan doesn't want to ruin their romance by telling him the truth about her illness, but what Joan doesn't know is that Dan's time is limited too; he's a convicted criminal being sent back to America to face his execution. Read More Read Less

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      Tom M Remake with a grim premise for 1940. Merle Oberon is great ... they should have brought back William Powell from the original (1932) ... Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 12/29/19 Full Review Audience Member Classy, richly appointed remake of One Way Passage is close to a scene for scene remake but the talented cast manage to make it fresh. Brent is less stolid than usual and he and Merle make a handsome couple surrounded by a terrific group of character actors. Eric Blore is amusing as usual in a small role, Pat O'Brien full of quiet integrity as George's minder and Geraldine Fitzgerald is lovely and solid in a small role as a newlywed. But the real standouts are underappreciated Binnie Barnes as a conwoman who has a past with Brent and most of all Frank McHugh as his loyal tippling friend, he manages to make a stock character very human. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member ok melo-rom kept afloat by the 2 leads. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/21/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis Time is short for Joan Ames (Merle Oberon). Suffering from a terminal illness, she has only weeks to live and has decided to spend her remaining days traveling the globe. While on a cruise ship back to America, she meets and falls in love with Dan Hardesty (George Brent). Joan doesn't want to ruin their romance by telling him the truth about her illness, but what Joan doesn't know is that Dan's time is limited too; he's a convicted criminal being sent back to America to face his execution.
      Director
      Edmund Goulding
      Producer
      Hal B. Wallis
      Screenwriter
      Robert Lord, Warren Duff
      Distributor
      Warner Bros.
      Production Co
      Warner Bros.
      Genre
      Romance
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Apr 20, 1940, Wide
      Runtime
      1h 39m