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The Restless Ones (1965)

A reporter doing a story on a Christian pastor who ministers to troubled teens doesn't realize that his own son is getting mixed up with a disturbed young girl and that both of them are headed for trouble.

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Georgia Lee ...
Mrs. Winton
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Mr. Winton
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David Winton
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April
Jean Engstrom ...
April's Mother
Billy Graham ...
Himself
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Paula Baird
Burt Douglas
Joe Eilers
Kay Cousins Johnson
Ricky Kelman
Marlene Ludwig
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A reporter doing a story on a Christian pastor who ministers to troubled teens doesn't realize that his own son is getting mixed up with a disturbed young girl and that both of them are headed for trouble.

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The motion picture that takes you inside the explosive world of today's youth! See more »

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2 December 1965 (USA)  »

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Sing, Sing, Sing a Song of Strength
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Written by Ralph Carmichael
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This was not intended to be a classic, but a medium for God
20 April 2004 | by (South Windsor, Connecticut USA) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie as part of a Billy Graham program. The church I attend was part of a community wide outreach to present God and Christianity to our community (Hartford, Ct. USA). I was one of the counselors who helped attendees (who were invited to come forward and make whatever kind of religious profession they wanted...and to follow up on them after the movie. As such, it did what it was supposed to do, and I personally found it to be a medium to strengthen my faith in God.I also found it to be very helpful to those I counseled. I especially like the work of Kim Darby in this movie. And the parents (the Wintons?) were , in a way, a little overdrawn....no one says to their child if they think that he or she may be the parent of an illegitimate child something like the Wintons did "oh, no, no, not thaaat." That isn't exactly what they said, but the sympaathetic audience I saw had a laugh at whatever it was they did say, and also at the son's emphatic "No, MOm, not me." Don Berghuis


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