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As Young as We Are (1958)

Not Rated | | Drama | September 1958 (USA)
Scandal erupts in a small town when a high school teacher is romantically linked with one of her male students.



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Cast overview:
Robert Harland ... Hank Moore
... Kim Hutchins
... Joyce Goodwin
... Roy Nielson (as Ty Hungerford)
... Mr. Peterson
Carla Hoffman ... Nina
... Nettie McPherson
Harold Dyrenforth ... Mr. Paul Evans
... Bob
... Mrs. Hutchins
Beverly Long ... Marge
Mack Williams ... Doctor Alan Hutchins


Scandal erupts in a small town when a high school teacher is romantically linked with one of her male students.

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Teacher and her student . . . too close,. too often!




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September 1958 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Aluno e Amante  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.85 : 1
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Roy Nielson: No-one goes for that poetry stuff around here.
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New young teacher falls for one of her students.
22 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

This movie chronicles the story of a new young teacher (Majel Barrett) in her first job in a rural California town. On the drive there, her car breaks down. She is helped by a young man who later takes her to dinner and dancing. She enjoys her dates with the young man, but, on the first day of school is shocked to find that he is one of her students. Complications ensue, naturally, leading to a dramatic climax. It's great to see Majel Barrett in a leading role instead of a featured player (as she is usually seen in "Star Trek"). The conflict of a young teacher and her attraction to her not-very-much younger students is still very relevant today. A decidedly different view of teachers, as opposed to the "Our Miss Brooks" type more commonly seen in movies of the era.

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