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Married too Young

USA 1962
produced by
Headliner Productions
directed by George Moskov
starring Harold Lloyd jr, Jana Lund, George Cisar, Lincoln Demyan, Nita Loveless, Brian O'Hara, Judy Marshall, Marianna Hill, Cedric Jordan, David Bond, Richard Davies, Frank Harding
written by Nathaniel Tanchuk, Ed Wood (uncredited)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Tommy (Harold Lloyd jr) is a 17-year old racedriver who works part time at Miltie's (George Cisar) garage to make a living. Since his driving is quite good though, he soon gets offered a crooked job by crooked businessman Grimes - but of course declines. Later, on w whim, he crosses the stateline to secretly marry his long-term lover Helen (Jana Lund), though.

First the 2 youngsters want to keep it a secret from their parents, but they find out anyway & want to force the justice of peace (David Bond) to annul the marriage, but they only get quite a speech from the man to look after their children instead. So it is decided Helen & Tommy will live at Tommy's working-class parents (Lincoln Demyan, Nita Loveless), but that ends in a scandal when the kids get mixed up in a barroom brawl. So now Helen's countryclub parents (Brian O'Hara, Trudy Marshall) take care of the kids, but Tommy finds it hard to accept their strict rules of conduct, & the 2 decide to move into a little house of their own - even if that means Tommy has to shelve his plans to study to be a doctor & instead has to work fulltime at the garage ... & the nightshifts, too.

But still, money is never enough, with Tommy & Helen soon behind with the rent & payments for their furniture, & domestic problems arise as a result. Of course, when under such circumstances Grimes reenters the scene & offers Tommy big bucks for delivering a stolen car, Tommy gladly accepts ...

But even on his first ride - where he's even joined by Helen thanks to a series of unfortunate circumstances - the police spots the stolen car & gives a wild chase, that ends with Tommy & Helen's car going over a cliff ...

Miraculously the 2 youngsters survive, &, put to court, receive mercy from a compassionate judge (Richard Davies) who sees the actual fault in their parents, whom he gives a scolding before releasing the young couple into their care.


Despite the involvement of Ed Wood - he was brought in as a script doctor & (allegedly) wrote about the last quarter of the movie - don't expect incredibly inane dialogue here or angora sweaters aplenty.

Still, iÍ want to judge this movie on its merits, not on what it doesn't have (& never claimed to have in the first place):

This is one of the many teen-melodramas produced mainly in the 50's & early 60's full of juvenile delinquency, teen marriages, dragster-racings & people saying 'Daddy-O' & similar hep-talk, all filled up with conservative morals & rather ridiculous plottwists ... in other words, great nostalgic fun.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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