Young Philadelphians, The - (Original Trailer)
A young lawyer (Paul Newman) from the wrong side of town tries to break into society in The Young Philadelphians (1964).
Young Philadelphians, The (1959) - Pleasant Or Unpleasant
Still in his first scene and semi-shirtless, Paul Newman as summering Princeton man Tony, who has no idea his construction company owner boss is his real father, has to step in when his driver Carson (Lennie Bremen) crashes into Barbara Rush, making probably her best entrance ever, as society gal Joan, in The Young Philadelphians, 1959.
Young Philadelphians, The (1959) - I Always Used A Diagram
Law student Tony, now cynical due to earlier setbacks, is spending the summer helping rich retiring lawyer Wharton (Otto Kruger) write a book, drawing all the attention of his young wife Carol (Alexis Smith), the three of them then receiving guests Carter and Joan (Fred Eisley, Barbara Rush), who was once, secretly, Tonys fianceè, in The Young Philadelphians, 1959.
Young Philadelphians, The (1959) - Some Kind Of Social Position
Wrapping up the 1920s prologue and introducing the star, Diana Brewster as widowed Philadelphian and new mom Kate, whose high-society husband died, possibly by suicide, on their wedding night, with the rough-hewn immigrant Mike (Brian Keith), who is the real father of her son Anthony, who grows up to be Paul Newman, in The Young Philadelphians, 1959.
Eddie Muller Intro -- The Young Philadelphians (1959)
TCMs Eddie Muller introduces The Young Philadelphians, 1959.
Young Philadelphians, The (1959) - If You Brought A Shotgun...
Respectable but poor Tony (Paul Newman), a semester short of finishing Princeton, and Joan (Barbara Rush), his affluent lovestruck girlfriend, have decided to elope but get intercepted by his long-widowed mother (Diane Brewster), and her high-powered lawyer father (John Williams), in The Young Philadelphians, 1959.
Young Philadelphians, The (1959) - Interesting Heredity
On summer break from Princeton, pre-Law roommates Robert Vaughn, as ultra-rich party animal Chet, and Paul Newman as respectable but under-funded Tony, at the polo club, meet Chets guardian uncles, Robert Douglas, then Frank Conroy, who appears to know the secret of Tonys lineage, in The Young Philadelphians, 1959.