Warren beatty heaven can wait
Heaven Can Wait by Leonore FleischerFor the fotonovel adaptation of this film, see Heaven Can Wait by Michael Newman (Fotonovel Publications, 1978).
He wasnt ready for the ultimate touchdown in the sky!
It was a beautiful day. His knee was better. Joe was almost ready for the big game.
As he cycled home from the Malibu hills, a modest camper left the beach followed by an old Ford van filled with tanned, teenage surfers. Joy-riding, buzzed on wine, the van played at passing. They were still jockeying for first as they entered the tunnel.
Pedaling easily, Joe entered from the opposite end. Suddenly there was the screech of rubber, the scrape of metal, the shattering of glass. When the van skidded out, Joes bike lay mangled, riderless on the battered hood. Was it over, or had it just begun?
Joe still got a lot to do and... Heaven Can Wait!
Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl Surge Gives New Life To Warren Beatty’s ‘Heaven Can Wait’
Heaven Can Wait is a American fantasy - comedy film co-directed by Warren Beatty and Buck Henry which opens with the central story line of Joe Pendleton played by Beatty being mistakenly taken to heaven by his guardian angel, and the resulting complications of how this mistake can be un-done given that Joe Pendleton's body is no longer available providing the basis of the film's plot. It was the second film adaptation of Harry Segall 's play of the same name, being preceded by Here Comes Mr. Jordan The film was nominated for nine Academy Awards. Miller
It all happened during a time when the real-life Rams, with Joe Namath, Rosey Grier and the rest of the Fearsome Foursome, embodied everything about Hollywood cool, even if the notion of them winning the Super Bowl felt like something that could only happen in the movies. After realizing the mistake, the escort and his boss, Mr. Jordan James Mason , try to place the quarterback back into his original body, only to discover he has been cremated. Given his star power, Beatty had no trouble landing dozens of NFL players to play extras in the football scenes. In one, Fearsome Foursome member Deacon Jones repeatedly tees off on Pendleton, who stands underneath a center unwilling to deliver him the ball.
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