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Going Steady (1958)

 |  Comedy  |  February 1958 (USA)
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Two high school students manage to keep their marriage a secret from their family and friends, but that all changes when she becomes pregnant.

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Julie Ann Turner Potter
Alan Reed Jr. ...
Calvin Potter
Bill Goodwin ...
Gordon P. Turner
Irene Hervey ...
Grace Turner
Ken Miller ...
Woody Simmons
Susan Easter ...
Olive Nelson
Linda Watkins ...
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Byron Foulger ...
Mr. George Potter
Hugh Sanders ...
Mr. Ahern
Florence Ravenel ...
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Two high school students manage to keep their marriage a secret from their family and friends, but that all changes when she becomes pregnant.

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Hemligt giftermål  »

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Going Steady with a Dream
Music by Fred Karger
Lyrics by Richard Quine
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Wonderfully rare classic deserving more exposure
24 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After arduously searching for a copy for years, I'd finally found a copy of this terrific film classic on Ebay, recently. I wasn't disappointed! This is a great movie about a newlywed couple who procrastinate telling their folks that they'd eloped! Julie's father thinks Calvin is a scatterbrain & not mature enough to be a husband to his daughter, so there are a comedy of errors & miscommunication. The Turners consequently learn Julie is preggers & so they decide to try & make the best of things.

Julie's mom is more accepting & eventually Mr. Turner warms to the idea of having Calvin for a son-in-law. The set looks as if it had been shot on the same set as Father Knows Best. The house looks identical to the Andersons! Very homey & warm, which adds to the film's charm.

This film boasts a fine cast who portray their parts well.

Bill Goodwin was one of the most attractive supporting actors of his time, & left us way too early, alas. He stole the show in Going Steady, as the curmudgeonly Dad who endeared himself to us. He was undoubtedly a first-rate talent whose legacy of films will be around for a long time to come to continue to delight his fans.

Molly Bee & Alan Reed Jr. were cast well, too! As were Irene Hervey & Ken Miller.

The videobeat has made the film available finally, in both VHS & DVD formats, so if you like wholesome, 1950's comedy-romance films, get yourself a copy, as I said, it took me ages to finally locate a copy on Ebay. All I could find was a copy in VHS, so I'll also be getting a copy on DVD through the VideoBeat. Too bad the values & clean entertainment portrayed in these films are so rare. Makes us appreciate films like this more. I will treasure my copy of Going Steady & am over the moon to have it among my collection.


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