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It's Great to Be Young
     

It's Great to Be Young

Director: Cyril Frankel,

Cast: Cyril Frankel, John Mills, Cecil Parker, John Salew

 
It's Great to Be Young stars John Mills as Dingle an easygoing high school teacher. When autocratic new headmaster Frome (Cecil Parker) begins imposing all sorts of repressive rules, Dingle does his best to stand up for his students, only to be dismissed for his troubles. The kids conspire to not only reinstate their favorite teacher, but to circumvent Frome's

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It's Great to Be Young stars John Mills as Dingle an easygoing high school teacher. When autocratic new headmaster Frome (Cecil Parker) begins imposing all sorts of repressive rules, Dingle does his best to stand up for his students, only to be dismissed for his troubles. The kids conspire to not only reinstate their favorite teacher, but to circumvent Frome's refusal to purchase new instruments for an upcoming music festival. Among the fresh new faces in the supporting cast is young Carole Shelley, who later played one of the "coo-coo Pigeon sisters" in The Odd Couple (1968). It's Great to be Young was one of a package of Associated Pathe productions to be given fitful distribution in the US by Allied Artists.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/15/2015
UPC:
0644827712922
Original Release:
1956
Source:
Nostalgia Family
Sales rank:
35,743

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Mills Mr. Dingle
Cecil Parker Frome
John Salew Routledge
Elizabeth Kentish Mrs. Castle
Mona Washbourne Miss Morrow
Carole Shelley Peggy
Mary Merrall Miss Wyvern
Dorothy Bromiley Paulette
Brian Smith Ginger
Wilfred Downing Browning
Robert Dickens Morris
Richard O'Sullivan Lawson
Norman Pierce Publican
Eleanor Summerfield Barmaid
Bryan Forbes Organ Salesman
Marjorie Rhodes Landlady
Eddie Byrne Morris
Russell Waters School Inspector
Dawson France Crowther
Derek Blomfield Paterson
Jeremy Spencer Nicky

Technical Credits
Cyril Frankel Director
Max Benedict Editor
Louis Levy Musical Direction/Supervision
Ray Martin Score Composer
Robert Jones Art Director
Victor Skutezky Producer
Gilbert Taylor Cinematographer
Ted Willis Screenwriter

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