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Susan Slade(1961)

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Brief Synopsis

A pregnant teen allows her mother to pass the baby off as her own.

Cast & Crew

Delmer Daves Director
Troy Donahue Hoyt Brecker
Connie Stevens Susan Slade
Dorothy McGuire Leah Slade
Lloyd Nolan Roger Slade
Brian Aherne Stanton Corbett
Grant Williams Conn White
Natalie Schafer Marian Corbett
Kent Smith Dr. Fain
Bert Convy Wells Corbett
Lucien Ballard Director of Photography
Delmer Daves Screenwriter
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles opening: 8 Nov 1961
Release Date:  1961 Production Date:  A Delmer Daves Production
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Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  Warner Bros. Pictures
Duration(mins):  116 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Susan Slade

    Diane carder 2016-11-15

    Just watched and I loved it. I think the 60s movies were great, much better than what is made today. Connie Stevens and Troy donahue were terrific as... MORE>

  • Flawed, but fun!

    Jane P. 2016-10-18

    The first time I ever directly disobeyed my mother was to see this movie. I simply had to go. By today's standards, it's just a poorly-written... MORE>

  • proof positive

    don letta 2016-09-25

    This and most of the others mentioned on this board is one of the reasons that the sixties is generally accepted as the decade of lousy films. MORE>