There's Always Tomorrow

  • 1934
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

Well-acted melodrama starring Morgan as a loving and devoted family man who feels neglected and mistreated by his wife (Wilson) and children. He begins a secret friendship with a former employee (Barnes). When the children discover his "affair," they are anxious for him to break it off. Barnes reassures the children by inviting them into her home and convincing...read more

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Well-acted melodrama starring Morgan as a loving and devoted family man who feels neglected and mistreated by his wife (Wilson) and children. He begins a secret friendship with a former employee (Barnes). When the children discover his "affair," they are anxious for him to break it off.

Barnes reassures the children by inviting them into her home and convincing them that the situation is innocent. Further, she helps them to see that they have been guilty of behaving badly toward their kind-hearted father. In the end Morgan stays with his now-loving family and Barnes goes her own

way. This somewhat talky, but effective, drama was originally designed as a star vehicle for Barnes, who had found acclaim in England starring as Catherine Howard in THE PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY VIII. However, after initial screenings, it became clear that this was Morgan's film all the way, and it

was he who received the critical acclaim. It remains one of the actor's finest performances. Robert Taylor, who plays Morgan's eldest son, was appearing in his second film.

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