Young at Heart (1954) was a Drama - Musical Film directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by Henry Blanke.
Young at Heart (Gordon Douglas, 1954)By Judy on Dec 1, 2013 From Movie Classics
It must be a daunting prospect to step into a role which another actor has already made his own. But Frank Sinatra did it at least twice, in musical remakes of much-loved movies. In High Society he took on the role which had won James Stewart an Oscar in The Philadelphia Story, and a couple of years... Read full article
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Barney Sloan: It's a fine thing. Minute a fella's back is turned, you hang up curtains.
Laurie Tuttle: When you consider that you get older every single day when you wake up, it can tempt one to rush into decisions a little!
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The film was untitled until Frank Sinatra's "Young at Heart" became a smash hit and was tagged onto the opening credits.
Feature film debut of Lonny Chapman.
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