Young and Willing (1943) was a Comedy Film directed by Edward H. Griffith and produced by Edward H. Griffith.
And Now For Something Completely Different: William Holden in Young and Willing (1943)By shadowsandsatin on Apr 18, 2021 From Shadows and Satin
If you?re a William Holden fan (and, really, how can you NOT be?), you may have enjoyed this handsome and talented actor in such noirs as The Dark Past (1948), Sunset Boulevard (1950), and Union Station (1950), but you haven?t lived until you?ve seen him in a little-known gem called Young and Willi... Read full article
Young and Willing (1943)By Lindsey on Feb 13, 2015 From The Motion Pictures
Six friends are sharing a New York City apartment. They’re all actors, struggling to find work. Three are men, and three are women: Norman Reese (William Holden), George Bodell (Eddie Bracken), Tony Dennison (James Brown — but not the James Brown), Marge Benson (Barbara Britton), Kate Be... Read full article
William Beedle and Edythe Marrener in Young and Willing (1943)By shadowsandsatin on Nov 6, 2013 From Shadows and Satin
Nope, it?s not pre-Code. Too late. And it?s not noir. Too zany. But Young and Willing, a Paramount production that no one seems ever to have heard of except me, is two things: it?s one of my favorite guilty pleasures and it?s a showcase for two future veterans of the film noir era: William Holden an... Read full article
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Completed in 1941, copyrighted in 1942, and released in 1943.
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