A young corporate executive wants everyone over 65 to retire.

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Tom Carey
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Philip Delsing (as George Neise)
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Amy Carey
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Doc Harbison
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Miss Harrington
Barbara Woodell ...
Miss Wilson
Helen Spring ...
Miss Nichols
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Mr. Hendrickson (as Pierre Watkins)
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Mitzi (as Joy Lansing)
Natalie Norwick ...
Thin Girl
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A young corporate executive wants everyone over 65 to retire.

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21 January 1956 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Cute...
25 April 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Charles Coburn stars in this installment of "The Star and the Story". He plays Tom Carey, an older worker at a company who does NOT want to retire...even though an up and coming executive at the firm has pushed through a new directive that folks over 65 MUST retire. Because Tom is not ready, he hatches a plan to pretend that he's 62...while his actual age is 68. Incidentally, in real life, Coburn was nearly 80 when he played this role!!

This is a cute little story...mostly because I love seeing Charles Coburn in just about anything! He was a marvelous old actor who never seemed young...and played old men exceptionally well. I am not scoring this higher, however, as a similar and much better story was made a few years earlier in "As Young as You Feel"...and Monty Woolley's performance and the writing were just perfect. See them both...they're both well worth your time.


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