Oh, God! You Devil (1984) is a black comedy/fantasy film starring George Burns, Ted Wass, Ron Silver and Roxanne Hart.
Directed by Paul Bogart and produced by Robert M. Sherman. The screenplay was adapted by Andrew Bergman.
Oh, God! You Devil is the third and final installment in the Oh, God! series, based on the novel of the same title by Avery Corman.
George Burns received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actor for his performance.
Burns plays the dual roles of both God and the Devil. The Devil — Harry O. Tophet — is a lively character, taking pleasure in petty acts of PG-rated malice (such as making a waiter fall into a pool).
The story tells of a struggling rock singer/musician, Bobby Shelton (played by Wass), who cannot get a break. His wife, Wendy (Hart), is going to have a baby, and Bobby, desperate to support his family, announces that he would sell his soul to the Devil to get ahead. The Devil suddenly appears, calling himself "'Harry O. Tophet" and offers Shelton a deal — seven years of unprecedented fame and fortune in exchange for his soul. Shelton balks at the deal and so Tophet renegotiates claiming that it will be for a "trial period." Shelton signs the document,