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Heaven Only Knows (12-Sep-1947)

Director: Albert S. Rogell

Writers: Art Arthur; Rowland Leigh; Ernest Haycox; Aubrey Wisberg

Music Score and Musical Direction by: Heinz Roemheld

Producer: Seymour Nebenzahl

Keywords: Western, Angels

After an egregious bookkeeping error is discovered in Heaven, Archangel Michael and the Devil battle for a ruthless saloon keeper's soul in an 1880s Montana town. Unusual western-fantasy sporting fine cinematography by Karl Struss; later released under title Montana Mike.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bob Cummings
Actor
10-Jun-1908 2-Dec-1990 The Bob Cummings Show
Brian Donlevy
Actor
9-Feb-1901 5-Apr-1972 The Great McGinty
Stuart Erwin
Actor
14-Feb-1903 21-Dec-1967 The Stu Erwin Show
Edgar Kennedy
Actor
26-Apr-1890 9-Nov-1948 Mad Wednesday
John Litel
Actor
30-Dec-1892 3-Feb-1972 Two Dollar Bettor
Gerald Mohr
Actor
11-Jun-1914 9-Nov-1968 American character actor
Marjorie Reynolds
Actor
12-Aug-1917 1-Feb-1997 Holiday Inn
Lurene Tuttle
Actor
20-Aug-1907 28-May-1986 First Lady of Radio

CAST

Bob Cummings   ...   Archangel Michael
Brian Donlevy   ...   Duke Byron
with
Marjorie Reynolds   ...   Ginger
and
Bill Goodwin   ...   Plumber
Stuart Erwin   ...   Sheriff
John Litel   ...   Rev. Wainwright
Edgar Kennedy   ...   Judd
Gerald Mohr   ...   Treason
Lurene Tuttle   ...   Mrs. O'Donnell
Peter Miles   ...   Speck O'Donnell
Ray Bennett   ...   Creel
and
Jorja Curtright   ...   Drusilla

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