The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 2 (May 1, 1937)
A well-known actor was appearing in a play in which a thunderstorm played an important part. One night in the middle of a speech he was interrupted by a terrific peal.
The annoyed actor looked up into the flies and said: “That came in the wrong place.”
And the angry stage-hand replied: “Oh, did it? Well, it came from ‘eaven.”