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 ... See full summary »

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Eddie Slocum
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Pam Burns
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Tarragoo
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Debbie
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Prof. Schwartz
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Prof. Reese
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Mary Reese
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Dr. Shoemaker
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Karen
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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 Mattias Thuresson

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A story of love before marriage.

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29 January 1965 (Finland)  »

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Die Saat der Liebe  »

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Final US studio film of Nick Adams. See more »

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The stalled automobile coasts out of control with a completely flat rear tire, and then ends up in a lake with the same tire now properly inflated. See more »

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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Curious, downbeat youth melodrama
15 April 2006 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Thin script from Julian Haley's novel about a college senior who struggles to stay with the curriculum after falling in love with an attractive co-ed. Peter Fonda, pre-"Easy Rider", amusingly enters the film on a motorbike, but never manages to find an appropriate acting style and seems distinctly miscast; either he's smiling too much or talking too slowly, his heavy-lidded eyes fixated on the ground. It's a bad match between actor and material, however Nick Adams is very enjoyable as a goof-off who gets drafted. Sharon Hugueny is a rather bland beauty, and all the adult characters are stereotypically rigid and humorless, but the film's cinematography (by Joe Biroc and Ellsworth Fredericks) is beautifully expressive. Overall, a fairly rote youth flick, but one with a curiously downbeat, foreboding tone. ** from ****


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