Oh, God! Book II

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Released 1980

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Director:
Gilbert Cates
Released:
1980
Rating:
PG
Oh, God! Book II, released in 1980, is the second film in the popular Oh, God! series. Directed by Gilbert Cates and once again starring George Burns, this comedic sequel focuses on a little girl's relationship with God. Young Tracy Richmond (Louanne) has a workaholic father who is involved in business advertising. One day, God (George Burns, reprising his role from the original Oh, God!) approaches 11-year-old Tracy and asks her, along with her friends and classmates, to help him spread the message that "God should be in people's thoughts more often." Tracy comes up with the slogan "Think God" which, surprisingly turns out to be a huge success. Unfortunately, Tracy's mother (Suzanne Pleshette) and father (David Birney) do not believe in Tracy. Tracy's teachers and several psychiatrists all agree that Tracy is making up her story about meeting God and is mentally ill. Tracy is eventually expelled from school and forced to attend a sanity hearing. Will God show up to save the day and prove to the adults that Tracy was really telling the truth?moreless

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Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette

Paula Richards

Wilfrid Hyde-White

Wilfrid Hyde-White

Judge Thomas Miller

George Burns

George Burns

God

Howard Duff

Howard Duff

Dr. Benjamin Charles Whitley

Hans Conried

Hans Conried

Dr. Barnes

Conrad Janis

Conrad Janis

Charles Benson, School Principal

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Family Comedies, Satire, Religion & Spirituality