Oh, God! Trailer

Oh, God! Trailer (1977)

"It's true. People have trouble remembering My Words. Moses had such a bad memory I had to give him tablets." 07 October 1977 Fantasy, Comedy 98 mins

When God appears to an assistant grocery manager as a good natured old man, the Almighty selects him as his messenger for the modern world.

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John Denver

as Jerry Landers

Teri Garr

as Bobbie Landers

Donald Pleasence

as Doctor Harmon

Ralph Bellamy

as Sam Raven

William Daniels

as George Summers

Barnard Hughes

as Judge Baker

Paul Sorvino

as Reverend Willie Williams

Barry Sullivan

as Bishop Reardon

Dinah Shore

as Herself

Jeff Corey

as Rabbi Silverstone

George Furth

as Briggs

David Ogden Stiers

as Mr. McCarthy, District Produce Manager

Zane Buzby

as Girl

Carl Reiner

as Dinah's Guest

John Ashton

as Police Officer

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 07 October 1977

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