Three high school seniors preparing for final exams in the early 1960s have the normal teenage concerns about girls, sex and relationships. They try to find out if going steady with one girlfriend is better or if changing girlfriends all the time makes for too many complications. By the end of summer, all things get better. Written by
The Lemon Popsicle boys are at it again!
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The German piano teacher plays Beethoven's "Für Elise" using the right hand only, even after the left hand part gets started. See more
Referenced in The Last American Virgin
Fools Rush In
Music by Rube Bloom
and lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Performed by Elvis Presley See more