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Young Man With Ideas

Young Man With Ideas(1952)

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  • GOOD COMEDY WITH GLENN FORD AND RUTH ROMAN

    • Jane C.
    • 5/23/13

    A young small-town lawyer played by Ford moves his family from the country to Los Angeles in the hope of passing the bar in California to ensure that his family can have a more prosperous lifestyle. All they can afford is a modest house where a bookie operation seems to be sharing a telephone line. Misunderstandings develop. A gambler named Eddie wrongly believes Max is the bookie who owes him $800. Eddie turns up and threatens Max, who slugs him. This leads to mob boss Brick Davis' getting involved and a brawl in Eddie's club. Max is arrested and defends himself in court He wins the case and then also finds out that he's passed his bar exam. Another big law firm has observed his defense and offers him a job. It's filled with many good scenes and the acting is good. I also like the film for the great scenes of 1950's California. I wish that this one would be put on DVD!

  • Enjoyable little comedy/drama

    • Sara
    • 9/9/08

    You probably need to be a Ford fan to watch this but it is well acted and enjoyable. It was Ford's first foray into comedy for MGM and he has some good scenes especially when he is drunk in a club! He has excellent chemistry with the wonderful Nina Foch whom he first worked with in The Undercover Man and they share some delightful scenes.

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