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  • James Darren

    • Luci Vaandering
    • 2012-05-31

    Just finished watching Gidget and it sure brought back great memories.It is one of my favourite movies and of course James Darren was a hotty then and still is

  • James Darren my teen idol!

    • catalina villafane
    • 2011-02-05

    I grew up watching James Darren in Gidget's movies, but the first series performance I enjoyed and loved to watch was "Let No Man Write My Epitaph". I loved this movie, and I wish that TCM would play. I've been hoping that TCM would play more of James movies. I've been watching TCM for many many years, but none of James' movie are ever played. I don't understand why. I would love to see: 1960's Because They're Young, Let No Man Write My Epitaph, Diamond Head, The Lively Set with Pamela Tiffin there are so many. Please bring back the late 50's & early 60's movies they are still the best for many of us baby boomers. Thank you!

  • Have a day for this Actor

    • Mary
    • 2009-10-04

    You've Shown The Brothers Rico, Guns of Navarone, Gidget, Venus in Furs, For Those Who Think Young, Operation Mad Ball, the Gene Kupra Story, and Because They're Young. Now if we could have, Gidget Goes Hawaiian, Gidget Goes to Rome, The Lively Set, Rumble on the Docks, Gunman's Walk, Diamond Head. Even the Boss's Son would be a choice. Then of Course there is All the Young Men. Also I've heard of one called The Lost Worlds of Libra and then there is a 2001 independent called Random Acts. Lastly, Mooch Goes to Hollywood could be one of your shorts.

  • Great Looking Actor

    • Sherry
    • 2009-08-14

    Wow! I wish they would come out with more of your movies on DVD. I feel for you when I watched you in Gidget with Sandra Dee...I know my daughter loved to watch the movie also and I wish that I had some of your CD's but they are hard to find. You are an excellent actor and singer! God bless!

  • James Darren Multi-talented

    • Kathryn
    • 2008-05-02

    Here is an actor, director, singer who does it all and does it well. What more can you ask for.

  • James Darren, underrated because of his looks.

    • Mary
    • 2008-03-22

    I've read an article to this effect and I agree. His best performances that I've seen are Let No Man Write My Epitaph and The Time Tunnel. I've yet to see his first three films, Rumble on the Docks, Tijuana Story and Brothers Rico.

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