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THE CREDITS
Directed by: Alexander Hall I.
Film writing credits: Helen Deutsch
U.S.A.  -  Technicolor

THE CAST
Lucille Ball . . . . . . . . . . . Susan Vega
Desi Arnaz . . . . . . . . . . . Lorenzo Xavier Vega
James Mason  . . . . . . . . The Guardian Angel
John Hoyt . . . . . . . . . . .  Bill Finlay
Natalie Schafer . . . . . . . .Millie Opdyke
Ralph Dumke . . . . .  . . . .Henry Opduke
Louis Calhern . . . . . . . . . Charles Y. Bewell

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I N F O R M A T I O N
Filmed 1955-56, Released 1956

The Long Long Trailer was far more reputable than this film in many, however, arguable ways. Forever Darling, filmed a year later, was a fairly terrific picture. It provided another film opportunity for Lucy and Desi, however, the story line for this film was not as captivating as the last.
Filmed in Yosemite National Park in California, U.S.A., the scenery is bright and the settings aren't bad. Lucy and Desi bring forth the many struggles experienced by married couples, including themselves at the time, and of course, their spark reunites them for a happy finale.
LEFT Lucille Ball with James Mason in Forever Darling

P L O T  S U M M A R Y
Susan (Lucille Ball) and Lorenzo (Desi Arnaz) confronted with problems within their marriage. When they first got married, everything was joyous, however, their love was washed away as the years went by and their differences began to unleash. Susan's guardian angel (James Mason) comes to her and encourages her to go her husband, Larry's (Arnaz) way. So, Susan goes traveling on the job with Larry only to cause more trouble than they had before! The film obviously ends with a happy ending - in order to encourage similar couples to find their way through their differences!

V I D E O

Forever Darling is available on VHS.




O N L I N E

Comprehensive information about
Forever Darling can be found here:

Internet Movie Database