If Tomorrow Comes (film)

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If Tomorrow Comes is a 1971 American TV film. It was originally entitled The Glass Hammer [1] then My Husband, the Enemy but was retitled after protests. [2]



An American girl marries a Japanese American just before the attack on Pearl Harbor.



The Los Angeles Times called it "worthy, painful". [3]

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  1. "5-week year in the life of Patty Duke" (1971, Oct 28). Los Angeles Times
  2. Paris, I. (1971, Nov 02). "Fallacious belief is knocked out" Los Angeles Times
  3. Thomas, K. (1971, Dec 07). "World War II drama retold" Los Angeles Times