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Teenage Rebel(1956)

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  • on FXM

    • THOMAS WEBER
    • 2/2/15

    Stumbled across this on Fox Movie Channel - shown in CinemaScope Letterboxed Aspect Ratio February 2, 2015 and it was very interesting. FXM tends to repeat many of their titles much more often so if you have that station on your TV provider lineup, keep checking the listings for a future rescheduling.Teenage rebellion in the 1950s was a breeze to deal with compared to dealing with teenagers of today!!!Always interesting to see Ginger Rogers in a non-musical role. I enjoyed this very much, and would watch this one a few more times!

  • Teenage Rebel....the movie I almost finished!

    • Valerie
    • 5/1/14

    I have always loved and adored Ginger. . .I thought I saw all her movies!! A few years ago you showed this movie and I was completely into it, when all of a sudden we had a power outage!! I was beside myself with anger! Well the movie was over by the time the power came back, and I was left with not knowing how it ended! Of course I have my own thoughts on how it may have finished, but I'll never know for sure!! Please TCM. . .please re-air this film! You guys show the same movies sometimes every month! I can not count how many times the same Bette Davis movies re-air! While they are great, I can not understand why you have not shown it again! ! ! !

  • michael rennie

    • valerie
    • 7/27/08

    This was a complete change of direction for Michael Rennie this great actor often overlooked but here proving without a shadow of doubt when asked he was up for the job, please so many people have not seen it and would like too Mike Rennie has been dead for thirty seven years, you only have to look at his grave site to know how people want to see his great acting talents he left a wonderful legecy and this was one of his best

  • senior rebel

    • Patricia LaPene
    • 4/28/08

    I have been desperately lookin for the movie teenage rebel with Ginger Rogers & Michael Rennie, but can't find it anywhere it's a great movie please put it on dvd so that us old movie buffs can enjoy it again.

  • TEENAGE REBEL

    • sally
    • 1/6/08

    PLEASE RELEASE THIS MOVIE ON DVD SO THE PUBLIC CAN ENJOY IT.

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