Where There's Life is a 1947 comedy film. The film's title derives from a line in Don Quixote ("Where there's life, there's hope", a play on the name of its star, Bob Hope).
Hope plays American radio announcer who finds out he is the new king of "Barovia", although a secret society called the Mordia, which assassinated the previous ruler, has other ideas.
Victor O'Brien: Ooh, ooh! That guy gives me a terrible headache! Joe, Joe, get me an aspirin. Here put it on a slice of bread. I'm hungry too!
Michael Joseph Valentine: (to Krivoc) Well, you look familiar. I just can't place the graveyard!
Michael Joseph Valentine: (about to be stabbed) Wait! May I make one last request? Albert Miller: Yes. Michael Joseph Valentine: Put away that knife! Albert Miller: Why, you!
|Release Date||21 November 1947|
|Color||Black and White|