Make Way for Tomorrow
Born Today
Home / Make Way for Tomorrow

Make Way for Tomorrow

91 min | West Germany:85 min (TV)
Drama | Romance
IMDB rate:
Leo McCarey
2 wins
Country: USA
Release Date: 1937-10-07
Filming Locations: Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Barbara Read
Barbara Read
Make Way for Tomorrow
Victor Moore
Barkley Cooper
Beulah Bondi
Lucy Cooper
Fay Bainter
Anita Cooper
Thomas Mitchell
George Cooper
Porter Hall
Harvey Chase
Maurice Moscovitch
Max Rubens
Elisabeth Risdon
Cora Payne
Minna Gombell
Nellie Chase
Ray Mayer
Robert Cooper
Ralph Remley
Bill Payne
Louise Beavers
Louis Jean Heydt
Gene Morgan
Carlton Gorman
Granville Bates
Mr. Hunter
William Begg
Minor Role (uncredited)
Ferike Boros
Mrs. Sarah Rubens (uncredited)
Don Brodie
Man at Employment Agency (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks
Movie Theatre Doorman (uncredited)
Fritzi Brunette
Minor Role (uncredited)
Bobby Caldwell
Boy (uncredited)
Avril Cameron
Mrs. McKenzie (uncredited)
Ethel Clayton
Customer (uncredited)
Helen Davis
Minor Role (uncredited)
Sidney De Gray
Minor Role (uncredited)
Helen Dickson
Bridge Player (uncredited)
Ellen Drew
Usherette (uncredited)
Byron Foulger
Mr. Dale (uncredited)
Jesse Graves
Minor Role (uncredited)
Dell Henderson
Ed Weldon - Auto Salesman (uncredited)
Mitchell Ingraham
Bridge Player (uncredited)
Alice Keating
Minor Role (uncredited)
Ralph Lewis
Business Man (uncredited)
Dorothy Lloyd
Bird Imitator (uncredited)
Nick Lukats
Boy Friend (uncredited)
Leo McCarey
Passerby / Man in Overcoat / Carpet Sweeper (uncredited)
Kitty McHugh
Head Usherette (uncredited)
Don McKinney
Minor Role (uncredited)
Lee Millar
Animal and Bird Imitator (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell
Letter Carrier (uncredited)
Louis Natheaux
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Richard Neill
Minor Role (uncredited)
William Newell
Ticket Seller (uncredited)
Joseph North
Waiter (uncredited)
Dennis O'Keefe
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
John Preston
Minor Role (uncredited)
Cyril Ring
Guest in Vogard Hotel Lobby (uncredited)
Ronald R. Rondell
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Francis Sayles
Bartender (uncredited)
Louise Seidel
Hat Check Girl (uncredited)
Phillips Smalley
Business Man (uncredited)
Paul Stanton
Mr. Horton - Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Bernard Suss
Bridge Player (uncredited)
Rosemary Theby
Minor Role (uncredited)
Lelah Tyler
Bridge Player (uncredited)
Ruth Warren
Secretary (uncredited)
Gloria Williams
Bridge Player (uncredited)
Did you know?
Director Leo McCarey made this film after the death of his father.
Share this
Though they play elderly parents who have been cast aside by their children, Victor Moore and Beulah Bondi were only 61 and 49, respectively, when this film was made.
Share this
Beulah Bondi was actually one year younger than Elisabeth Risdon, who played her daughter Cora.
Share this
George's position changes from erect to leaning on the table when he asks his wife about bridge and his mother.
Share this
When George asks his wife about his mother being in the way of the bridge group, the wife's hands change position in three consecutive shots.
Share this
The position of Mr. Rubens' arm changes when telling Bark that kids are ashamed of parents.
Share this
Pa: It's been very nice knowing you, Miss Breckenridge.
Share this
Pa: You know, I sometimes think that children should never grow past the age when you have to tuck them into bed every night.
Share this
Lucy Cooper: A man and a maid stood hand in hand; bound by a tiny wedding band. Before them lay the uncertain years that promised joy and, maybe tears. "Is she afraid?" thought the man of the maid. "Darling," he said in a tender voice, "Tell me. Do you regret your choice? 'We know not where the road may wind, 'or what strange byways we may find. 'Are you afraid?" said the man to the maid. She raised her eyes and spoke at last. "My dear," she said, "the die is cast. 'The vows have been spoken. The rice has been thrown. 'Into the future we'll travel alone. 'With you," said the maid, "I'm not afraid."
Share this
Photos from cast
Barbara Read
Popular Celebrities