Young At Heart details
|Starring:||Barbara Pepper, Gig Young, Ethel Barrymore, Robert Keith, Ivan Browning, Alan Hale Jr., Doroth, Dorothy Malone, Doris Day, Frank Sinatra, Frank Ferguson, Marjorie Bennett, Lonny Chapman, Cliff Ferre, Joe Forte, John Maxwell|
|Studio:||SANCTUARY VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT|
Young At Heart
|Run time:||1 hour 57 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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THEY DON'T MAKE EM LIKE THIS ANYMOREBy a customer from SLEEPY NEWHAVEN , 16 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]CLASSIC US COMEDY VERY 1960'S BUT DON'T LET THIS PUT YOU OFF I KNOW IT'S BEEN ON TV 100'S OF TIMES BUT THIS IS THE BEST DORIS DAY/ROCK HUDSON FILM.
HOLLYWOOD WILL ONE DAY DO A REMAKE WHICH WOULD BE A SHAME.THIS FILM IS FUNNY,SILLY AND TYPICAL CHICK FLICK 60'S FARCE.EVEN THE HUSBAND WILL APPRECIATE THIS FILM.
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The Good ones are the bestBy citygirl (121 reviews) from London , 01 Jul 2008Excellent - Frank and Doris at their best - I could watch this film over and over again!
definitive dayBy a customer from wales , 04 May 2007Underrated and surprisingly dark-turning film for Doris Day, especially at that time of her career. Not untyically, she does full justice to the contrasting themes of the storyline, and is perfectly convincing in the role. (Less so Sinatra) Good music too.
Why is it Called Young at Heart?By Tony G from Torquay , 13 Jan 2007Good songs and good singing with a pleasant storyline. Well worth watching.
Classic themeBy Stuart from Guildford, Surrey , 07 Jan 2007As soon as the theme plays you will recognise it instantly. Great vocal performances from both stars. If you can forgive the story line this is a well acted film for its time. Perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon
good film to watchBy a customer from wales , 09 Dec 2005very good film to watch , mind you doris day is very easy on the eye,great tunes , all in all very good