The New Pictures, Feb. 25, 1946

Tomorrow Is Forever (International-RKO Radio) is a specious, stylishly dressed domestic drama starring Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles—as well as cinema's old friends Rip van Winkle and Enoch Arden. Derived from a lending library novel of the same title, the film concerns a young lady (Claudette) who believes that her husband (Welles) was killed in World War I. After a longish period of mourning, she reluctantly remarries. But husband No. 1, by no means dead, continues to live on in Europe. On the eve of World War II, he returns to the U.S....

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