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Song of the Younger World/The Girl I Married 

Song of the Younger World: In the early 20th century, reform school inmate Tanner Smith tempts fate by falling in love with puritanical Warden Mordecai Hawkline's daughter Amy. The Girl I Maried: Middle-aged corporate lawyer Ira Richman misses young Valerie, the girl he married twenty years ago and is surprised to see her materialize.

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Peter Kowanko ...
Tanner Smith (segment "Song of the Younger World") (as Pete Kowanko)
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Hoakie (segment "Song of the Younger World")
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Amy Hawkline (segment "Song of the Younger World")
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Mordecai Hawkline (segment "Song of the Younger World")
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Valerie Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")
James Whitmore Jr. ...
Ira Richman (segment "The Girl I Married")
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Marvin Weingrod (segment "The Girl I Married")
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Ron Troncatty ...
Ira's Twin Brother (segment "The Girl I Married")
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Song of the Younger World: In the early 20th century, reform school inmate Tanner Smith tempts fate by falling in love with puritanical Warden Mordecai Hawkline's daughter Amy. The Girl I Maried: Middle-aged corporate lawyer Ira Richman misses young Valerie, the girl he married twenty years ago and is surprised to see her materialize.

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17 July 1987 (UK)  »

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The title is based on the song "The Girl That I Marry" from "Annie Get Your Gun" by Irving Berlin. The musical opened at the Imperial Theater on May 16, 1946 starring Ethel Merman and Ray Middleton and ran for 1,147 performances. See more »

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a romantic episode with a great final cut
22 June 2010 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Many, so many years ago I could see this episode on Satellite TV. Then I realized about the great final cut, when real and free love can only be run out of this frenetic world..and all this with great narrator voice in background.

Real love...a bad man...a girl...her lover...and a great helpfully friend will transport you to another reality, where no matter if you are rich or poor, man or women...human or...

This week, probably over 25 years after wards, I've been able to see it again and believe me, you will enjoy a lot every minute of this episode...and do not forget the final cut, simply amazing, superb, no words.


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