There's Always Tomorrow (1956)
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as Clifford Groves
as Marion Groves
as Vinnie Groves
as Frankie Groves
as Mrs. Rogers
as Flower Girl
as Miss Walker
as Ruth Doran
as Woman from Pasadena
as Chic Lady with Dog
as Sales Manager
as Mr. Carl
as Norma's Hotel Clerk
as Junior Executive
as Cameo Appearance (uncredited)
Critic Reviews for There's Always Tomorrow
In contrast to the typical stoic masculinity of fifties Hollywood, this is "A Doll's House" for the sensitive, passionate married man.
For Pete's sake, have mercy on Dad -- especially if you are contemplating taking him to see this film.
Expertly photographed by Russell Metty (Touch of Evil, 1958), There's Always Tomorrow is Sirk without the soap.
...a deliberately-paced yet mostly engaging narrative that boasts its fair share of soap opera-friendly plot developments and character revelations...
Audience Reviews for There's Always Tomorrow
Stylish drama acted expertly by super professionals. The powerful duo of Stanwyck and MacMurray excel when paired together and this is a fine example of that. Sadly this film is somewhat obscure.A shame since it really does examine in simple terms the crisis a man faces when he realizes he has fallen into a rut without being aware of it. Another winner from Sirk and perhaps even better then some of his better known films, which are certainly enjoyable if sometimes over the top and a little lurid, since the drama is muted and closer to real life.
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