Tomorrow It Will Be Better

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Morgen gaat het beter
Lily Bouwmeester portrait from Morgen Gaat T Beter.jpg
Directed by Frederic Zelnik
Written by As Bruynse
Kees Bruynse
Based onThe novel Tomorrow is Another Day by Annemarie Selinko
Release date
23 February 1939
Running time
101 minutes
CountryNetherlands
Language Dutch

Tomorrow It Will Be Better or Morgen gaat het beter is a 1939 Dutch film directed by Frederic Zelnik.

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