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The young art student Eddie wants to live a life without troubles or responsibilities. He meets Pam and they fall in love. But happy-go-lucky Eddie declares that he won't marry her. Soon Pam is pregnant, and Eddie must face up to the problem... Written by
Mixed up college kids try to figure out what to do next in life in this solid attempt to make a dramatic film to appeal to the drive-in crowd. Takes on some serious issues -- abortion, war, marriage... all with a nice cast of the early 60s' best up and comers. Adams and Walley are there at the beginning mostly for laughs, and the film only touches on their situation, which is unfortunate because to me they're the more appealing couple and their situation is more realistic (whereas Fonda and Hugueny's is pure melodrama).
Solid, but unexceptional; a worthy effort.
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