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Credit and plot information were taken from contemporary reviews and news items. According to the Daily Variety review, And Now Tomorrow was produced for the National Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church of the U.S.A. and shown "specifically for church and group audiences" in celebration of the board's sesquicentennial anniversary. The Los Angeles Times review also notes that the film contains "Negro spirituals." November 1951 Hollywood Reporter news items add the following members to the cast: William Haade, Everett Anderson, Terry Hackett, Fred Sherman, K. D. Murray, Narda Brown, Aurora Garcia, Julia Montoya, Gilbert Fallman, Lee Korey, Ray Largey, Anthony Danta, George Slocum and Alan Ray. Their appearance in the final film has not been confirmed. On May 19, 1952, Hollywood Citizen-News reported that the film was to have its premiere on May 23, 1952 at Carnegie Hall and, simultaneously, at 200 Presbyterian churches nationwide.