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The Girl Was Young (1937) was a Crime - Mystery Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Edward Black.

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For the Love of Film: Young and Innocent (aka The Girl Was Young) (1)

By Brandie on May 17, 2012 From True Classics

Christine Clay (Pamela Carme) is a film star on the rise. Her husband, who has apparently been away for several years, accuses her of cheating on him with other men. A fiery confrontation during a heavy storm ends with Christine slapping her husband several times, after which he goes out onto the ba... Read full article

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The hand that pulls Nova Pilbeam's character out of the hole in the mine scene was that of her future husband Pen Tennyson; they met on this film.
Alfred Hitchcock:  outside the courthouse holding a camera as Derrick De Marney escapes.
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