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NO TIME TO BE YOUNG (a.k.a. TEENAGE DELINQUENTS) 1957

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NO TIME TO BE YOUNG (a.k.a. TEENAGE DELINQUENTS) 1957
U.S. film. Excellent quality. 16:9 widescreen. This a fast-paced, rapid-dialog story of teenage robbery, murder, chases and death. "Too old to be teenagers, too young to be adults. Crowding a lifetime of kicks into one night—every night. The story of today's 'get lost' generation." Robert Vaughn succeeds in playing the 1950s JD film genre's only suave and sophisticated delinquent hood!

Terrific youth dancehall scene where all the cats and kittens dance the jitterbug to a wild rock n roll beat…as Vaughn does his jive moves, stolen cash falls out of his jacket. First big film role for Robert Vaughn. Roger Smith, Thomas Pittman (later starred in "High School Big Shot,") Dorothy Green, Merry Anders, Kathleen Nolan. No Time To Be Young!

Plus this bonus selection...

THE PHIL SILVERS SHOW (SGT. BILKO) 1957
U.S. TV show. "Rock n Roll Rookie." Mar-5-57. World famous long-haired, side-burned rock n roll star, "Elvin Pelvin" is drafted into the Army and serves under Sergeant Bilko. Bilko smells a payday and comes up with a scheme to record Elvin singing and then sell the recording for big $. This show is like a '60s character-actor summit with Joe E. Ross (Car 54), Harvey Lembeck (Eric Von Zipper), Allan Melvin (voice of Magilla Gorilla and character, Sam the Butcher on Brady Bunch), and many others! Elvin Pelvin is played by Tom Gilson ("Young and Wild" and "This Rebel Breed").


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