Where Do We Go from Here? is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Claudette Colbert, Charles Boyer, and Eddie Albert. The film is about a couple who are trying to decide whether or not to have a child. The film opens with Colbert and Boyer as a married couple who are trying to decide whether or not to have a child. Colbert is eager to have a child, but Boyer is hesitant. He is worried about the financial burden of raising a child and the impact it will have on his career. The couple's friends and family are also divided on the issue. Some of them think that the couple should have a child, while others think that it is not the right time. The couple eventually decides to have a child, but they soon find that it is not as easy as they thought. They have to deal with the challenges of pregnancy, childbirth, and raising a child. The film ends with the couple happily raising their child. They have learned that it is not always easy to have a child, but it is one of the most rewarding experiences in life.

Expand

Where Do We Go from Here? (1945)

1h 14m

IMDB Logo TheMovieDB Logo

Description

Where Do We Go from Here? is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Claudette Colbert, Charles Boyer, and Eddie Albert. The film is about a couple who are trying to decide whether or not to have a child. The film opens with Colbert and Boyer as a married couple who are trying to decide whether or not to have a child. Colbert is eager to have a child, but Boyer is hesitant. He is worried about the financial burden of raising a child and the impact it will have on his career. The couple's friends and family are also divided on the issue. Some of them think that the couple should have a child, while others think that it is not the right time. The couple eventually decides to have a child, but they soon find that it is not as easy as they thought. They have to deal with the challenges of pregnancy, childbirth, and raising a child. The film ends with the couple happily raising their child. They have learned that it is not always easy to have a child, but it is one of the most rewarding experiences in life.

Where to Watch

Status

Released
Cast
Person Photo

Ralph Dunn

(uncredited)
Person Photo

June Earle

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Michka Egan

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Dick Elliott

Father (uncredited)
Person Photo

Scott Elliott

Serviceman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Fred Essler

Dutch Councilman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Joe Evans

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Norman Field

Minister (uncredited)
Person Photo

James Ford

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Arno Frey

German Lieutenant (uncredited)
Person Photo

Al Gallagher

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Rosina Galli

Old Lady with Lamp (uncredited)
Person Photo

Gene Gary

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Joseph Glick

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Peggy Gordon

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Harrison Greene

Dutch Councilman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Bob Hamilton

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Joe Haworth

Serviceman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Harry Holman

Dutch Councilman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Eugene Hovey

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Randolph Hughes

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Sharon Hurley

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Eddie Hyans

Brooklyn Soldier (uncredited)
Person Photo

Willy Kaufman

Dutchman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Muriel Kearney

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Marian Kerrigan

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Donna La Barr

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Tommy Ladd

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Hope Landin

Elderly Wife (uncredited)
Person Photo

Warren Lane

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Perk Lazelle

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Betty Leonard

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Jack Lomas

(uncredited)
Person Photo

William Lundy

(uncredited)
Person Photo

George Mann

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Nikki Manners

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Buddy Moore

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Louis Mosconi

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Ferdinand Munier

Dutch Councilman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Stuart Norton

(uncredited)
Person Photo

G. Raymond Nye

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Betty Jean Orth

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Dolly Perrin

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Jack Perry

Santa Maria Crewman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Eleanor Peterson

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Otto Preminger

General Rahl (uncredited)
Person Photo

Lucia Randi

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Willie Bloom

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Walter Bonn

Dutchman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Bill Borzage

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Edgar Caldwell

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Rory Calhoun

Soldier Leaving Canteen (uncredited)
Person Photo

Joan Carey

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Bunny Carlton

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Bill Carter

Serviceman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Robert Cassidy

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Robert B. Castaine

Serviceman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Edward Clark

Organist (uncredited)
Person Photo

James Clemens

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Gino Corrado

Santa Maria Crewman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Billy Coull

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Joanna Dale

(uncredited)
Person Photo

John Davidson

Gen. Benedict Arnold (uncredited)
Person Photo

Grant Davis

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Joseph DeAngelo

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Dinsmore Delano

(uncredited)
Person Photo

James Desin

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Ted Doner

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Dick Reed

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Johnny Reese

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Larraine Reimer

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Cyril Ring

Capt. Williams (uncredited)
Person Photo

Bert Roach

Dutch Councilman (uncredited)
Person Photo

John Roche

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Allan Ross

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Jack Ross

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Timmy Sabor

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Price Samuel

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Ralph Sanford

Cop at End (uncredited)
Person Photo

Jeffrey Sayre

MP in Canteen (uncredited)
Person Photo

Eileen Scott

Brooklyn Girl (uncredited)
Person Photo

Helen Servis

Brooklyn Girl (uncredited)
Person Photo

Neal Sinclair

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Betty Slabe

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Robert St. Angelo

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Ed Stanbridge

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Ronald Stanton

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Robert R. Stephenson

Dutchman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Lynne Sterling

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Kay Adell Stork

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Hal Taggart

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Blanche Taylor

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Larry Thompson

Soldier (uncredited)
Person Photo

Vincent Vaux

(uncredited)
Person Photo

William H. Vaux

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Hans von Morhart

Blacksmith (uncredited)
Person Photo

Bill Voorhees

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Max Wagner

Sergeant (uncredited)
Person Photo

Hansel Warner

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Jerry Warren

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Merle Weaver

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Paul Weigel

Dutch Councilman (uncredited)
Person Photo

Margaret Westberg

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Dolly Yankee

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Fred MacMurray

Bill Morgan
Person Photo

Joan Leslie

Sally Smith / Prudence / Katrina
Person Photo

June Haver

Lucilla Powell / Gretchen / Indian
Person Photo

Gene Sheldon

Ali the Genie
Person Photo

Anthony Quinn

Chief Badger
Person Photo

Carlos Ramírez

Benito
Person Photo

Alan Mowbray

General George Washington
Person Photo

Fortunio Bonanova

Christopher Columbus (as Fortunio Bononova)
Person Photo

Herman Bing

Hessian Col. / Von Heisel
Person Photo

Howard Freeman

Kreiger
Person Photo

Adrian Altomare

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Russell Ash

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Sam Ash

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Joy Barlow

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Joseph E. Bernard

Burgher (uncredited)
Person Photo

Sam Bernard

Warden (uncredited)
Person Photo

Barbara Blaine

(uncredited)
Person Photo

Phil Bloom

(uncredited)
Crew
Person Photo

Gregory Ratoff

Director
Person Photo

George Seaton

Director
Person Photo

Morrie Ryskind

Writer
Person Photo

Sig Herzig

Writer
Disc Releases
Disc Title Front Cover

Where Do We Go From Here?

(DVD)

11/27/2012

MobileIcon
app store google play