Life Goes On

Life Goes On (reissued in 1944 as His Harlem Wife) is a 1938 crime drama directed by William Nolte and starring Louise Beavers, Edward Thompson, Reginald Fenderson, and Laurence Criner. It was produced by Million Dollar Productions, which created race films with African-American casts for distribution to "colored only" theaters during the years of segregation.


A mother raises two sons. One becomes a lawyer and the other a criminal.

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    director William Nolte
    genre crime drama
    producer Harry M. Popkin
    productionCompany Million Dollar Productions
    publisher Million Dollar Productions
    theme race