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Director  Terry Bishop
Story by  James Bridie
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Language  English
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Produced by  John Baxter
Country  United Kingdom
Youre Only Young Twice (film) movie poster
Release date  July 1952 (UK)
Based on  play by James Bridie
Writer  Reginald Beckwith, Terry Bishop, James Bridie (play), Lindsay Galloway (adaptation)
Cast  Duncan Macrae (Professor Hayman), Joseph Tomelty (Dan McEntee), Patrick Barr (Sir Archibald Asher), Charles Hawtrey (Adolphus Hayman), Diane Hart (Ada Shore), Robert Urquhart (Sheltie)
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You're Only Young Twice is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Terry Bishop and starring Duncan Macrae, Joseph Tomelty, Patrick Barr, Charles Hawtrey and Diane Hart. A young woman visiting a Scottish university in search of her uncle, who is in hiding from the authorities, is mistaken for the principal's secretary, so she pursues the impersonation. It was based on the play What They Say? by James Bridie.

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Youre Only Young Twice (film) movie scenes

Cast

  • Duncan Macrae as Professor Hayman
  • Joseph Tomelty as Dan McEntee / Connell O'Grady (writer)
  • Patrick Barr as Sir Archibald Asher
  • Charles Hawtrey as Adolphus Hayman, President of Temperance Society
  • Diane Hart as Ada Shore / posing as "Miss Lamplighter" (pending new principal's secretary)
  • Robert Urquhart as Sheltie
  • Edward Lexy as Lord Carshennie
  • Roddy McMillan as Mr Milligan, President of Student's Union Council
  • Jacqueline Mackenzie as Nellie
  • Eric Woodburn as the Bedellus
  • Molly Urquhart as Lady Duffy
  • Ronnie Corbett as Mr Freddie Mather, President of the Men's Union
  • Reginald Beckwith as BBC Commentator
  • Critical reception

    The Radio Times has described it as a "theatrical comedy," which was "shakily brought to the screen...the story involves mistaken identity, Celtic poetry, horse racing and the rigging of Rectorial elections. Blink and you'll miss Ronnie Corbett in what, of course, can only be described as a small role."

    References

    You're Only Young Twice (film) Wikipedia
    Youre Only Young Twice (film) IMDb Youre Only Young Twice (film) themoviedb.org


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