A teenage boy, fostered in infancy, searches for his true father.

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(as Josef Leytes)

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(teleplay) (as Les Pine), (story) | 1 more credit »
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Michael Kane ...
Mark Brill
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Pete Johnson
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Alex Johnson
Sally Brophy ...
Mrs. Fielder (as Sallie Brophy)
Bernard Kates ...
Dr. Levin
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Elder Alvarez
Anne Loos ...
Miss Korwin
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Chino Inmate
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Chino Inmate (as Donald Diamond)
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Chino Inmate
Richard Angarola ...
Younger Alvarez
James E. dePriest ...
Pratt (as James du Priest)
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A teenage boy, fostered in infancy, searches for his true father.

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Comedy | Drama

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19 February 1963 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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David Wayne receives 'Special Guest Star' credit. See more »

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Father and son

Sensitive drama telling the story of a fourteen years old boy, who searches for his parents, his true father and mother, after he was raised by foster ones. David Wayne plays the father who doesn't want to hear from this son from nowhere, a son he doesn't want to know. There is a parole officer who will do his best to make things easy for all of them. You have here a true drama, not a crime flick. I have to tell you that David Wayne character is a convict. You see here a sequence where the inmates speak together about the Wayne's attitude towards his son, and this conversation is so interesting, a subject that makes you think. I like this story, an offbeat and so interesting one. There is a sort of social and human message in it.


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