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Love and Kisses (1965)

Approved | | Comedy, Music, Romance | 9 September 1966 (UK)
Two 18-year-old students elope on the eve of high school graduation and move in with his parents.

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... Buzzy
... Jeff Pringle
... Rosemary (as Kristin Nelson)
... Freddy
... Nanny
Madelyn Himes ... Carol
... Elizabeth
... Mr. Frisby
Ivan Bonar ... Assemblyman Potter
... Bobby
... Officer Jones
Angelo Brovelli ... Stage Manager
... Dancer
Nancy Lewis ... Dancer
Anita Mann ... Dancer
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Two 18-year-old students elope on the eve of high school graduation and move in with his parents.

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It's a Rick 'n Roll Riot!!!

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Comedy | Music | Romance

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Amor e Beijos  »

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Referenced in Ricky Nelson: Original Teen Idol (1999) See more »

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Love and Kisses
Lyrics and Music by Sonny Curtis
Sung by Ricky Nelson (uncredited)
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10 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

Yet another strange film in the `oddballs' Universal canon of the mid to late 60's. This will probably be only of interest to Nelson fans; others might want to stay away. It was a based on a play Ozzie Nelson had seen in New York a few years earlier and he bought the property for the screen. The resulting film is a stage-bound filmization of the play. It plays like sitcom of today (NOT like the Ozzie and Harriet TV series) and it is a bit racy for its time. A real curio.

It opened August 5, 1965 in Houston TX (Universal's distribution boys did a lot of weird things then); other dates included Oct 13, 1965 (Minneapolis, MN), Dec 22 1965 (New York, NY) on a double bill with `Pinocchio In Outer Space' in a wide theatre break. Howard Thompson gave it a negative review in the New York Times, 12/23/65.


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