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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fred Davis
Margaret 'Maggie' Brewster
Barna Forrest
Harry Brewster
May Brewster
Jack Frazer
Sara Berner ...
Paula Kratz
Miss Stapleton
Richard Shannon ...
Mimi Doyle ...
Florence Sundstrom ...
Mr. 'Collie' Collyer (as Jimmy Gleason)


The Class of '41 at Carson High School is holding it's 15th Reunion. "Boy Most Likely To Succeed" Fred Davis is in town to sell his house before taking a job in San Francisco; he's been wandering from town to town since leaving college. "Most Popular Girl" Maggie Brewster is a successful real estate agent, but her very close relationship with her father seems to make any other man fall short in her eyes. While Maggies best friend, "happily" married Barnie spends time with Jack who still lives on the high school football field Fred and Maggie renew their friendship and find the years haven't been as full as they should have been. Written by Ron Kerrigan

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March 1957 (USA)  »

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Betty Hutton's last film. See more »


That Old Feeling
Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Lew Brown
Sung by Betty Hutton
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Pretty good, but with some odd casting decisions!
8 August 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I watched this movie mainly because I really like Dana Andrews in films. Unlike many big name stars, he seemed like a real person and didn't play too many pretty boy roles. However, despite my liking his films so much, I was shocked at the casting decisions. The film is about a 15 year reunion for a high school. While Betty Hutton and Jean Hagen aren't that much older than the characters they were playing, Andrews was 48--making him a 33 year-old at high school graduation!! And to make matters worse, Robert Simon played Hutton's father and he was only a year older than Andrews! I know you need to often suspend disbelief when you watch a film, but this was ridiculous! Additionally, Gordon Jones and Herbert Anderson were awfully long in the tooth to be playing such parts.

Now if you ignore the silly casting, the film itself is a nice little film, though certainly not one you should rush to see. While the film is set during this reunion, the underlying theme is life choices. Anderson has chosen to live life with few connections and he's lonely, while Hutton has stayed attached to her parents and longs to break free. Interesting and thought-provoking--but that's about it.

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