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 homes like these that are the backbone of the nation. Where's the spinning wheel?
Barney Sloan: Bustin' things up, thats my speed, but one thing's a saving grace: I always end up at the bottom of the pile.
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This was the last film Doris Day made as an exclusive contract player at Warner Brothers. It was co-produced by Warner Brothers and Arwin Productions, the company formed by Day and her manager/husband Martin Melcher. This was the first film for Arwin Productions.
Doris Day wrote that Frank Sinatra disliked Day's husband/manager Martin Melcher so much that he threatened to walk off this film unless Melcher was banned from the Warner Brothers lot during production. Jack L. Warner issued this order to all studio security guards so that production would not be shut down.
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