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The Careless Years

The Careless Years
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Film Poster
Directed by Arthur Hiller
Produced by Edward Lewis
Written by John Howard Lawson
Mitch Lindemann
Starring Dean Stockwell
Natalie Trundy
John Larch
Barbara Billingsley
John Stevenson
Maureen Cassidy
Mason Alan Dinehart
Virginia Christine
Guy Boyd
Leo Grillo
Music by Michael Kamen
Steve Van Zandt
Cinematography Sam Leavitt
Editing by Leon Barsha
Studio Bryna Productions
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) September 2, 1957 (USA)
Running time 70 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Careless Years is a 1957 film from United Artists directed by Arthur Hiller and produced by Edward Lewis. The film was the directorial debut for Hiller.[1] The film stars Dean Stockwell and Natalie Trundy in an early film appearance.

Plot

Two high school seniors from different social groups go on a date. He begins to fall for her when she resists his amorous advances and decides they should get married immediately. Both sets of parents object to the sudden nature of the proposal. He talks her into going to Mexico to get married, but they finally decide it is best to wait until they are older.

Main cast

Actor Role
Dean Stockwell Jerry Vernon
Natalie Trundy Emily 'Miley' Meredith
John Larch Sam Vernon
Barbara Billingsley Helen Meredith
John Stevenson Charles Meredith
Virginia Christine Mathilda Vernon

Critical reception

Bosley Crowther of The New York Times did not care for the movie.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
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