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Heaven Can Wait is a 1978 American fantasy-comedy film co-directed by Warren Beatty and Buck Henry which opens with the central story line of Joe Pendleton (played by Beatty) being mistakenly taken to heaven by his guardian angel, and the resulting complications of how this mistake can be un-done (given that Joe Pendleton's body is no longer available) providing the basis of the film's plot. It was the second film adaptation of Harry Segall's play of the same name, being preceded by Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941).
The film was nominated for nine Academy Awards. The cast reunites Beatty with Julie Christie and Jack Warden, who also starred together in Shampoo (1975). Beatty and Christie had earlier occupied the lead roles in McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971).
In 2001, a third film adaptation of the play was done, titled Down to Earth, sharing its name with the sequel to Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941).
Welcome to my closet cleaning sale! I'll be updating this post to contain more items as I decide whether I need things or not
As the title says, I have all of these in pristine or new condition. That may change as I update the post but if anything has flaws I'll be sure to point them out. I...
I have a like new FDE X products can cannon with 100 blanks. This is a great way to still be able to shoot and have fun at a low cost. These are $350 on their site with blanks.
This little baby will send full sodas or beers 100 yards. Also has other accessories and can pretty much shoot...
Includes 100rds M200 .556
X-products mil-pec blanks
Picatinny Foregrip Rail Attachment for VERTICAL FOREGRIP*
AMERICAN MADE by F5 MFG
launching device for soda cans and other objects. Launch full, un-opened 12oz cans of whatever you want!. When used with standard mil...
Gently used Can Cannon for the AR-15 platform .
Bought for a celebration, shot some shirts, some cans (PULL!), And it was very fun - but not seeing a lot of use and it should get passed along to the next range-ready raucous roustabout (or whoever wants to try one!).
Got a deal on the upper...
If you have an M4 Upper and you are looking to get a Can Cannon soda can launcher here is your chance.
We have had lots of customer who have asked to purchase a sleeve and gas port to build there own and we have released a DIY kit.
Now you can use your AR-15 rifle upper receiver to assemble...