It All Came True (1940)

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It All Came True is an American romantic film drama first released on 6th April 1940, directed by Lewis Seiler. Cinematography was by Ernest Haller. It is based on a story by Louis Bromfield and stars Ann Sheridan, Jeffrey Lynn, Humphrey Bogart, Zasu Pitts and Una O'Connor.   It is a Warner Bros. Pictures production, produced by Mark Hellinger and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. Location filming was in Warner Brothers Burbank Studios - 4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California, USA.   The film was released with the tagline: "She Sings! "ANGEL IN DISGUISE" "GAUCHO SERENADE" and 9 nifties from the '90s."   It is a black and white film and runs to 1 hour and 37 minutes.  

Our overall rating for It All Came True is: good - passable entertainment.

Other recommended films that have been directed by Lewis Seiler include: Career Woman (1936), Here Comes Trouble (1936), The Winning Team (1952) and The Bamboo Prison (1954). The actor Humphrey Bogart has also appeared in: Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), The Maltese Falcon (1941), The Big Sleep (1946) and The Harder They Fall (1956).

Other films that you may be interested in are: Billy Wilder's One, Two, Three (1961), Henri-Georges Clouzot's Quai des Orfèvres (1947), John Boulting's Seven Days to Noon (1950), Richard Lester's Superman II (1980) and Roberto Benigni's La Vita è bella (1997).

Film Credits

  • Director: Lewis Seiler
  • Script: Delmer Daves, Louis Bromfield (story), Michael Fessier, Lawrence Kimble
  • Cinematographer: Ernest Haller
  • Cast: Ann Sheridan (Sarah Jane 'Sal' Ryan), Jeffrey Lynn (Tommy Taylor), Humphrey Bogart (Grasselli), Zasu Pitts (Miss Flint), Una O'Connor (Maggie Ryan), Jessie Busley (Mrs. Nora Taylor), John Litel (Mr. 'Doc' Roberts), Grant Mitchell (Mr. Rene Salmon), Felix Bressart (The Great Boldini), Charles Judels (Henri Pepi de Bordeaux), Brandon Tynan (Mr. Van Diver), Howard C. Hickman (Mr. Prendergast), Herb Vigran (Monks, Stoolie), Tommy Reilly (Performer), The Elderbloom Chorus (Group Performers), Bender and Daum (Performing Duo), White and Stanley (Performing Duo), The Lady Killer's Quartet (Singing Quartet), Aldrich Bowker (Father McDuffy), Eddy Chandler (Danny, Detective), Frank Fanning (Detective with Danny), James Flavin (Roaring 90's Club Doorman), Bess Flowers (Lady in Audience), Edward Gargan (Police Desk Sergeant), Chuck Hamilton (Policeman)
  • Editor: Thomas Richards
  • Costume designer: Howard Shoup
  • Producer: Mark Hellinger, Jack L. Warner, Hal B. Wallis
  • Production company: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Support: Black and White
  • Runtime: 97 min

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