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Young at Heart ()


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The lives and romances of three sisters in a musical family; the youngest daughter's life is complicated by the subsequent arrival of a charming composer and a cynical music arranger.

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Laurie Tuttle
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Barney Sloan
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Alex Burke
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Aunt Jessie Tuttle
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Fran Tuttle
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Gregory Tuttle
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Amy Tuttle
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Bob Neary
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Ernie Nichols
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Bartell
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wanda Barbour ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Mrs. Ridgefield (uncredited)
Ivan Browning ...
The Porter (uncredited)
Celeste Bryant ...
Little Girl (uncredited)
Kathleen Casey ...
Lightning (uncredited)
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Minor Role (uncredited)
Beulah Christian ...
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Michael Cirillo ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Cliff Ferre ...
Bartender (uncredited)
Joseph Forte ...
Reverend Johnson (uncredited)
Beth Hartman ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Jay Lawrence ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Doctor (uncredited)
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Husband (uncredited)
Edward McNally ...
Bit Role (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Grazia Narciso ...
Italian Wife in Car (uncredited)
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Wife (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ...
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Tony Taylor ...
Child (uncredited)
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Italian Husband (uncredited)
Harte Wayne ...
Train Conductor (uncredited)
Steve Wooten ...
Child (uncredited)

Directed by

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Gordon Douglas

Written by

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Julius J. Epstein ... (screenplay) and
Lenore J. Coffee ... (screenplay) (as Lenore Coffee)
 
Liam O'Brien ... (adaptation)
 
Fannie Hurst ... (story)

Produced by

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Henry Blanke ... producer

Music by

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Ray Heindorf ... (uncredited)

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Ted D. McCord ... director of photography (as Ted McCord)

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William H. Ziegler ... (as William Ziegler)

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Philip M. Jeffries ... color consultant (as Philip Jefferies)

Art Direction by

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John Beckman

Set Decoration by

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William Wallace

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Gordon Bau ... makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Al Alleborn ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Charles David Forrest ... sound (as David Forrest)
Leslie G. Hewitt ... sound
Ed Scheid ... sound (uncredited)

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Hans F. Koenekamp ... special effects (as H.F. Koenekamp)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Howard Shoup ... wardrobe
Joan Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited)

Music Department

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Ray Heindorf ... conductor (uncredited) / music arranger (uncredited)
Bill Miller ... musician: piano (uncredited)
André Previn ... musician: piano solos (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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  • RCA (sound recording)

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Plot Summary

When Alex enters the lives of the musical Tuttle family, each of the three daughters falls for him. He is charming, good looking and personable. Laurie and Alex seem made for each other and become engaged. When Barney comes into the picture to help Alex with some musical arrangements matters become complicated. He is seen as a challenge by Laurie, who can't believe anyone could be as cynical, and she is more than a match for his gloomy outlook on life. Written by Ron Kerrigan

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Taglines WARNER BROS.' Heart-Singing Story With All That's So Swell About Doris Day And All That's So Special About Frank Sinatra! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Un amour pas comme les autres (France)
  • Siempre tú y yo (Spain)
  • Corações Enamorados (Brazil)
  • Это молодое сердце (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Jong van hart (Belgium, Flemish title)
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  • 117 min
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Trivia While making this film, Frank Sinatra took an almost immediate dislike to Doris Day's husband, Martin Melcher, thought that Melcher was "using" her to get ahead in the movie business and tried to convince Day of that fact. When Day refused to listen to Sinatra's advice, he had Melcher banned from the set. After Melcher's death in 1968, it was discovered that he had squandered all the money Day had earned during her 20-year film career. See more »
Goofs When Laurie asks Barney why he doesn't have any plants in his window box, he says because they use up all the oxygen. People commonly conceive that plants actually use carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, and this has therefore commonly been regarded as a goof. However whilst a plant is a net producer of oxygen, it does this mostly during the day, whilst it is photosynthesizing, at night time plants do indeed use more oxygen than they produce and this can affect sleep. Barney's explanation is therefore quite sophisticated and indicates a focus on the night time. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Buried Treasures - 1987 Edition (1987). See more »
Soundtracks Just One of Those Things See more »
Quotes Laurie Tuttle: All I know is there's a straight jacket waiting on you with your number.
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