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One More Tomorrow
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Shiftless playboy Tom Collier lives to jump from party to party--until he meets photographer Christie Sage. Through Christie, Tom takes over the ownership of The Bantam, a liberal magazine which opposes everything his family represents. As Tom and Christie's relationship deepens, love blooms and he proposes to her. Realizing that she could never fit in with Tom's social circle, Christie says no, a decision she later regrets. But Tom isn't left alone for long--scheming gold-digger Cecelia Henry wastes no time in catching Tom on the rebound and forcing him into a disastrous marriage. Written by Daniel Bubbeo


In this comedy, an adaptation of the play The Animal Kingdom, a liberal, social reformist photographer falls in love with a wealthy gadabout, and finds she abhors his decadent life even though she loves him. She then takes up with another whom she marries. Unfortunately, she still loves the playboy. This does not make her new hubby very happy especially when she and her ex-love meet again and begin carrying on. The husband ends up headed for a quickie divorce in Reno. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide


Ann Sheridan as Christie Sage

Dennis Morgan as Tom Collier

Jack Carson as Patrick Regan

Alexis Smith as Cecelia Henry

Jane Wyman as Frankie Connors

Reginald Gardiner as Jim Fisk

John Loder as Owen Arthur

Marjorie Gateson as Aunt Edna Collier

Thurston Hall as Thommas Rufus Collier, II

John Abbott as Joseph

Marjorie Hoshelle as Illa (Joseph's wife)

Sig Arno as Poppa Diaduska

John Alvin as (uncredited)

Lynn Baggett as Party guest

William 'Billy' Benedict as Stakey (Bantam office boy)

Gertrude Carr as Party guest

Frank Coghlan Jr. as Telegraph boy

Hal K. Dawson as Henry (dinner party guest)

Henri DeSoto as Headwaiter

Fred Essler as Henri Picard

Mary Field as Maude Miller

Bess Flowers as Arriving airline passenger

Robert Hutton as Surprise party guet at window

Danny Jackson as Orson Curry

Frances Morris as Young woman

Paul Panzer as Surprise party waiter

Juanita Stark as Party guest

Lottie Williams as Party guest

Joan Winfield as Party guest


Directed by
Peter Godfrey

Writing credits
Philip Barry - play "The Animal Kingdom"
Charles Hoffman and Catherine Turney - screenwriter
Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein - additional dialogue

Produced by
Benjamin Glazer - producer
Jack L. Warner - executive producer

Original Music by
Max Steiner
Hugo Friedhofer

Cinematography by
Bert Glennon

Film Editing by
David Weisbart

Art Direction by
Anton Grot

Set Decoration by
George James Hopkins

Costume Design by
Milo Anderson (gowns)

Makeup Department
Perc Westmore - makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jesse Hibbs - assistant director

Sound Department
Dolph Thomas - sound

Music Department
Leo F. Forbstein - musical director


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