BEYOND TOMORROW(1940) and SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS(1944) Two Great Movies!

Wanna see a heartwarming Movie with Three Ghosts in it? THREE! And ROMANCE! I love Old Movies And I love Old People in them. And this Movie has both. And it’s a very good tale that I’m surprised that No One has done a Redo on this Great Movie! And its got a Texas Cowboy who can Sing. Beyond Tomorrow has them. Enjoy!

George Vale Melton (Harry Carey), Allan Chadwick (C. Aubrey Smith) and Michael O’Brien (Charles Winninger) are rich but lonely, so they invite a pair of strangers, schoolteacher Jean Lawrence (Jean Parker) and cowboy James Houston (Richard Carlson) to their house for dinner on Christmas Eve. Both James and Jean seem to hit it off, but the next day the three old men are killed in a plane crash. Now ghosts, the three work from the afterworld to make sure the young couple stays together.

Initial release: May 10, 1940

Director: A. Edward Sutherland

Music by: Frank Tours

Written by: Screenplay by; Adele Comandini; (associate producer); Original story by Mildred Cram and Adele Comandini

Distributed by: RKO Pictures

And wanna see a Movie about Soldier Boys stationed Here during WW-II where they are desperately trying to find Off-Base Housing for their Wives when the Vase a housing is FULL! And ROMANCE! It’s a fun Movie with lots of Great Music And Singing in it and dancing. It’s 1944 and it’s in COLOR! Enjoy!

Three cousins (Carmen Miranda, Michael O’Shea, Vivian Blaine) must travel to Kentucky to claim Magnolia Manor, a plantation they have inherited. They are disappointed to find it in shambles. But things start to look up for them when Sgt. Rocky Fulton offers to fix up the place, on one condition: that they make it into a boarding house for military wives. To raise funds, they decide to perform various musical numbers, and, in the midst of preparations, a love affair begins to blossom.

Initial release: 1944

Director: Lewis Seiler

Adapted from: Something for the Boys

Initial DVD release: June 17, 2008

Distributed by: 20th Century Studios

Music composed by: Leigh HarlineCyril J. Mockridge

Lots of Great Stars are in both Movies! And if you like watching Nostalgic Movies? These are Two I am sure you are going to Enjoy!