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As Young as You Feel (1951)

 -  Comedy  -  11 April 1952 (France)
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A 65-year-old printer hatches an elaborate scheme to avoid forced retirement.

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Complete credited cast:
Monty Woolley ...
John R. Hodges
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Della Hodges
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Joe Elliott
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Alice Hodges
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Lucille McKinley
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Harriet
Allyn Joslyn ...
George Hodges
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Louis McKinley
Clinton Sundberg ...
Frank Erickson
Minor Watson ...
Harold P. Cleveland
Wally Brown ...
Horace Gallagher
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Willie McKinley (as Rusty Tamblyn)
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Sixty-five-year-old John Hodges must retire from Acme Printing. He later impersonates the president of the parent company and arrives at his old plant on an inspection tour. Acme president McKinley is so nervous not even his beautiful secretary Harriet can calm him. McKinley's wife Lucille becomes infatuated with Hodges. Many further complications ensue. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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11 April 1952 (France)  »

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Will You Love Me in December?  »

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The term "Consolidated Motors" is said sixty-one times during this film. See more »


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You Make Me Feel So Young
(1946) (uncredited)
Written by Josef Myrow
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Sung by a chorus during the opening credits and played occasionally in the score
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AS YOUNG AS YOU FEEL (Harmon Jones, 1951) **1/2
12 December 2007 | by (Naxxar, Malta) – See all my reviews

Though released on DVD as part of Fox's "Marilyn Monroe Collection", her role – playing the spirited, though obviously dumb, secretary at a printing factory headed by Albert Dekker – is actually very brief. The film is an amusing, Capraesque comedy about 65 year-old printer Monty Woolley who refuses to accept the age imposition which sends him into retirement. The plot involves him impersonating the President of the corporation which owns the factory, paying them an unexpected visit and making a speech in which he retracts the current policy – thus enabling Woolley the printer to get back his job! Complications arise when David Wayne (fiancé of Woolley's niece Jean Peters), who also works at the factory, recognizes him – but also with the attentions given Woolley by Dekker's neglected wife Constance Bennett. The film features a solid supporting cast which includes Allyn Joslyn (as Woolley's son), Thelma Ritter (as his wife, who's proud of her Brooklyn origins), Clinton Sundberg (as Wayne's ambitious colleague at the plant who could blow Woolley's cover at any moment), Minor Watson (as the real President of the conglomerate) and a young Russ Tamblyn (playing Dekker and Bennett's confused son). It's a pleasant enough diversion – adapted by Lamar Trotti from a Paddy Chayefsky(!) story – given Fox's typically polished (if fluffy) treatment.


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