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Teenage Millionaire (1961)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical | August 1961 (USA)
A teenager whose father is a millionaire radio station owner secretly records a song and plays it on one of his father's stations. It becomes a hit. Then he falls in love with a girl who ... See full summary »

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(as Lawrence F. Doheny), (as H. B. Cross)
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Bobby Schultz aka Chalmers
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Rocky aka Edward
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Aunt Theodora
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Barbara 'Bambi' Price
Joan Tabor ...
Adrienne
Sid Gould ...
Sheldon Vale
Maurice Gosfield ...
Ernie
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Desidieria
Jackie Wilson ...
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Chubby Checker - Performer
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Dion - Performer (as Dion)
Bill Black's Combo ...
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Marv Johnson ...
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Vicki Spencer ...
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Jack Larson - Performer (as Jack Larson)
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A teenager whose father is a millionaire radio station owner secretly records a song and plays it on one of his father's stations. It becomes a hit. Then he falls in love with a girl who works at a local radio station who doesn't know who he is. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Comedy | Musical

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August 1961 (USA)  »

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Millonario adolescente  »

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(with tinted sequences)
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Yogi
Written by Bill Black
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1961, What a year!
23 May 2005 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

A great little period piece! Was 17 when this movie was made. What an innocent time for America. The movie centers around the record industry and is a showcase for some of the singers of the time. Kinda cool to see everyone with a shave and the girls looking like girls! No hippies in this one, just a light story with lots of videos of the stars of that era. Yeah the plot line is corny and the dialog coached but then again maybe we were corny back then and our dialog a little coached. Liked it a whole lot better when you could tell the boys from the girls the biggest thing I worried about was getting gas for the car and palmade for my hair. A movie without drugs, fighting, sex or murder, what a concept! Maybe we should go back to corny and coached dialog....

EJ


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