A drama about a single mother who tries to love once again after got betrayed in the past. She also realizes the importance of family in the process.
Runtime: 40 minutes
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Here Comes Mr. Jordan is a 1941 American fantasy romantic comedy film directed by Alexander Hall, in which a boxer, mistakenly taken to Heaven before his time, is given a second chance back on Earth. It stars Robert Montgomery, Claude Rains and Evelyn Keyes. The film script, based on Harry Segall's play Heaven Can Wait, was written by Sidney Buchman and Seton I. Miller. The working titles for the film were Heaven Can Wait and Mr. Jordan Comes to Town. Here Comes Mr. Jordan was followed by Down to Earth (1947), in which two of the actors reprised their roles. Warren Beatty remade it in 1978 as Heaven Can Wait. The premise of guardian angels was the focus of other Hollywood features, including I Married an Angel (1942); A Guy Named Joe (1943); Angel on My Shoulder (1946), in which Rains plays the Devil; It's a Wonderful Life (1946); The Bishop's Wife (1947) and Angels in the Outfield (1951), but it all began with Here Comes Mr. Jordan.
Here Comes Mr. Jordan was originally going to be released on VHS and Betamax in November 1979 as one of Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment's launch titles, but because of financial success of Midnight Express, the release was cancelled and Midnight Express took Here Comes Mr. Jordan's place in the launch lineup. Due to this, Columbia did not release the film on home video until 1985.
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