Young At Heart - (Original Trailer)
Frank Sinatra and Doris Day are among the very Young At Heart (1955) in this musical version of Four Daughters.
Young At Heart (1954) - The Most Vulgar Diamond
Meeting the Tuttles, Fran (Dorothy Malone) home from a momentous date, tells aunt Jessie (Ethel Barrymore) and dad (Robert Keith), Laurie and Amy (Doris Day, Elizabeth Fraser) thrilled but anxious, in the remake of Four Daughters, Young At Heart, 1954, with Frank Sinatra and Gig Young.
TCM At 20: Inspired By The Classics -- (TCM Original)
Selections from the TCM at 20: Inspired By The Classics art exhibit, on display at Club TCM during the 5th TCM Classic Film Festival, in Hollywood, April 10-14, 2014.
Young At Heart (1954) - Just One Of Those Things
Melancholy pianist Barney (Frank Sinatra) reels off the fine Cole Porter tune, getting ready to leave a Connecticut town because Laurie (Doris Day), who still cares, is that day marrying his friend and colleague Alex (Gig Young, not seen), in Young At Heart, 1954.
Young At Heart (1954) - I'm A New Man
Barney (Frank Sinatra) has it in mind to apologize to his old friend and music partner Alex (Gig Young) to apologize for stealing his girl, heading for the train in suburban Connecticut, in Young At Heart, 1954.
Young At Heart (1954) - Suburban Drunks
Composer Alex (Gig Young) greets struggling arranger friend Barney (Frank Sinatra), whom he's persuaded to join him at the Connecticut home of his friends, to help him prepare a new show, Aunt Jessie (Ethel Barrymore) his first encounter, in Young At Heart, 1954, also starring Doris Day.
Young At Heart (1954) - One For My Baby
A famous rendition and the first ever in a movie, Frank Sinatra as gloomy piano man Barney Sloan, in a Connecticut bar offering the Harold Arlen-Johnny Mercer standard, erstwhile girlfriend Laurie (Doris Day) joining the audience, in Young At Heart, 1954.
Young At Heart (1954) - Ready, Willing And Able
The Tuttles at the Connecticut beach, before the romantic turmoil, Amy (Elisabeth Fraser) humoring plumber Ernie (Lonny Chapman), then Laurie (Doris Day) with a tune by Floyd Huddleston, Al Rinker and Dick Gleason, for dad (Robert Keith) and boyfriend Alex (Gig Young) in Young At Heart, 1954.