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Death Takes a Holiday (1934)

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Running Time
1 hour, 19 minutes

Country USA

Studio Paramount

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• Death Takes a Holiday

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Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Fantasy, Supernatural, Love

Tagline: No one can die - while he makes love!

Plot: In this fanciful allegory, Death, bored with his somber job, visits Earth in the guise of a handsome prince. While all living creatures enjoy a mysterious respite from death, the Reaper falls in love with a beautiful Italian, then agonizes over revealing his true identity. Remade for TV in 1971 and again as Meet Joe Black (with Brad Pitt as Death) in 1998.

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 Directed by
Mitchell Leisen
Midnight, To Each His Own, Easy Living
 Written by
Maxwell Anderson
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Fredric March
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Helen Westley
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Kathleen Howard
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