This remake of 1932's ONE WAY PASSAGE (which starred William Powell and Kay Francis) is an unabashed weeper that yanks mercilessly at the heartstrings of the audience. However, thanks to the fine casting of Oberon and Brent, as well as a number of entertaining supporting players, 'TIL WE
MEET AGAIN proves to be an effective melodrama. Oberon and Brent fall in love while on a transatlantic ocean cruise. What they keep secret from each other is that neither of them has long to live. Brent is a captive criminal being transported to San Quentin for a ride in the electric chair, while
Oberon is inflicted with a fatal heart condition. Luckily for the lovers, Brent's capt...