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This edition of book was issued in Paperback. The volume of the book is 80 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "Heaven Can Wait" was published in 1938.
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The play on which the motion picture, Here comes Mr. Jordan, was based. "Copyright, 1942, by Jed Harris (revised) ... copyright, 1938, by Harry Segall (under the title, It was like this)" Also the motion picture, Heaven Can Wait 1978. Mr. Jordan is checking passengers who are to depart in an airplane for the Hereafter.
The routine is interrupted by the arrival of Joe Pendleto The play on which the motion picture, Here comes Mr. Jordan, was based. "Copyright, 1942, by Jed Harris (revised) ... copyright, 1938, by Harry Segall (under the title, It was like this)" Also the motion picture, Heaven Can Wait 1978. Mr. Jordan is checking passengers who are to depart in an airplane for the Hereafter.
The routine is interrupted by the arrival of Joe Pendleton, an attractive prizefighter, who refuses to admit he is dead and induces Jordan to look up the "records", which reveal that Joe is not scheduled to arrive for another 60 years! But, as Joe starts to return to earth to continue his fighting, word reaches Heaven that Max Levene, Joe's manager, thinking he had been killed, had Joe's body cremated, and Joe has no body to return to. Jordan promises to find Joe another body and is informed that the wealthy Jonathan Farnsworth is about to be murdered by his wife.
So Joe suddenly finds himself in the home of the financier, visible as Joe to the audience but apparently as Farnsworth to Mrs. Farnsworth, and the public. The comedy begins when the pompous "Farnsworth" unaccountably goes into training as a fighter. In addition, "Farnsworth" decides to share his wealth and right the wrong "he" did to charming Bette Logan's father.
Bette, having despised Farnsworth, finds herself falling in love with him and he with her. Just as Joe (still in Farnsworth's body) is about to get a chance to become a fighter, Jordan reports that Farnsworth does not approve of Joe's treatment of his body (and money) and is raising a fuss to have it back. While deciding on another body for Joe, Jordan receives a flash that K.O.
Murdock, the champion, has been mysteriously shot. As K.O. is about to be counted out Jordan transfers Joe's spirit into the body of K.O. in time to have K.O. remain champ. There are still problems to be straightened out when Joe really becomes Murdock and loses memory of his previous existence-includingBette.
Fortunately they meet and fall in love again-and Mr. Jordan is free to head for the Hereafter, his earthly task accomplished".
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