The Young in Heart (November 3, 1938)

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The Young in Heart
 

Released on November 3, 1938: Four fortune hunters pretend to be a family so they can con wealthy people out of their money.

Produced by David O. Selznick

Directed by Richard Wallace

The Actors: Janet Gaynor (George-Anne Carleton), Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (Richard Carleton), Paulette Goddard (Leslie Saunders), Roland Young (Colonel Anthony 'Sahib' Carleton), Billie Burke (Marmy Carleton), Minnie Dupree (Miss Ellen Fortune), Henry Stephenson (Felix Anstruther), Richard Carlson (Duncan Macrae), Lawrence Grant (Mr. Hutchins), Walter Kingsford (Inspector), Eily Malyon (Sarah), Tom Ricketts (Andrew the butler), Irvin S. Cobb (Senator Albert Jennings), Lucile Watson (Mrs. Jennings), Margaret Early (Adelade Jennings), Billy Bevan (kennel man), Dorothy Mae Fargo (unknown), Lya Lys (Lucille), Ian Maclaren (doctor), Alex Melesh (train station attendant), Harold Miller (man in Riviera crowd), Lionel Pape (wombat customer), Georges Renavent (Detective Sergeant), George Sorel (Detective Lieutenant), Michael Visaroff (train engineer)

 

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Gold Diggers meet Miss Fortune and the Flying Wambat

As our adventure opens we meet Colonel 'Sahib' Carleton and his wife Marmy, played by Roland Young and Billie Burke. Janet Gaynor is George-Anne, pretending to be their daughter, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is Rick Carleton, pretending to be their son. Together these mis-fits from the Canadian stage are in Monte Carlo in the middle of a big con job. Sahib Carleton is cheating at cards and winning a small fortune from Senator Jennings, while son Rick is wooing the ugly but wealthy Adelaide, the Senator's daughter. Off in the distance Janet Gaynor, pretending to be daughter George-Anne, is proposed to by a grand lad from Scotland, but alas he is not wealthy, so she refuses his advances, even though she has fallen in love with him. Soon all of their plans are ruined when two detectives find them and inform the local police about their history of cheating wealthy people out of their cash before fleeing to another country. They are ordered to leave Monte Carlo or be arrested, and because they are penniless they are given tickets to London. Aboard the train leaving Monte Carlo the four are hungry, without funds and forlorn that their future looks as bleak as their past . . . . . Until Janet Gaynor spots a kindly old lady with such a sweet smile . . . . Elderly old maid Ellen Fortune . . . . . Miss Fortune if you please . . . . Has never been married and has no friends, but is the owner of a large estate in England with oodles of money. As a young girl she was in love with a boy, but when told that he was seeing another girl she dumped him like a hot rock without even confronting him . . . . She sadly admits that her lack of faith in him was not great enough to overcome the rumors . . . . The young boy went on to great fortune, and when he died he left all of his wealth to the girl that didn't have any faith in him so long ago - Miss Fortune. She determines that she will never again fail to have faith in the people around her. Soon the four gold diggers are in her train compartment enjoying a luxurious meal with champagne, and Miss Fortune is the happiest woman in the world because she is not alone. Sahib Carleton stands with a glass of champagne and proposes a toast to Miss Fortune, when suddenly the train crashes and they barely escape with their lives. Well, this leads to that and soon the four con men and women are living with Miss Fortune and planning to convince her to leave her wealth to them when she dies. Old Miss Fortune is so loving and gracious to them as they plot to get her to change her will that something weird starts to happen . . . . The four hardened scoundrels begin to learn something from Miss Fortune . . . . . They discover that they are learning how to live . . . . . They are learning how to love . . . . They are learning that love can bring much more happiness than cash ever could. They are almost convinced to give up their larcenist plans when suddenly Miss Fortune collapses . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Billie Burke
Billie Burke
Billie Burke, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Roland Young
Billie Burke, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Roland Young
Billie Burke and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Billie Burke and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Billie Burke, Janet Gaynor and Roland Young
Billie Burke, Janet Gaynor and Roland Young
Billie Burke and Janet Gaynor
Billie Burke and Janet Gaynor
Billie Burke and Minnie Dupree
Billie Burke and Minnie Dupree
Billie Burke
Billie Burke
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Janet Gaynor
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Janet Gaynor
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Paulette Goddard
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Paulette Goddard
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Paulette Goddard
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Paulette Goddard
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Roland Young
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Roland Young
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Eily Malyon and Minnie Dupree
Eily Malyon and Minnie Dupree
Georges Renavent and George Sorel
Georges Renavent and George Sorel
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson and Minnie Dupree
Henry Stephenson and Minnie Dupree
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Irvin S. Cobb and Roland Young
Irvin S. Cobb and Roland Young
Janet Gaynor and Billie Burke
Janet Gaynor and Billie Burke
Janet Gaynor and Billie Burke
Janet Gaynor and Billie Burke
Janet Gaynor and Minnie Dupree
Janet Gaynor and Minnie Dupree
Janet Gaynor
Janet Gaynor
Lawrence Grant
Lawrence Grant
Lucille Watson and Billie Burke
Lucille Watson and Billie Burke
Margaret Early
Margaret Early
Minnie Dupree
Minnie Dupree
Minnie Dupree and Janet Gaynor
Minnie Dupree and Janet Gaynor
Minnie Dupree and Janet Gaynor
Minnie Dupree and Janet Gaynor
Minnie Dupree and Richard Carlson
Minnie Dupree and Richard Carlson
Minnie Dupree and Roland Young
Minnie Dupree and Roland Young
Minnie Dupree playing poker
Minnie Dupree playing poker
Minnie Dupree
Minnie Dupree
Paulette Goddard
Paulette Goddard
Paulette Goddard and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Paulette Goddard and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Paulette Goddard and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Paulette Goddard and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Paulette Goddard
Paulette Goddard
Paulette Goddard and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Paulette Goddard and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Paulette Goddard
Paulette Goddard
Richard Carlson
Richard Carlson
Richard Carlson and Janet Gaynor
Richard Carlson and Janet Gaynor
Richard Carlson, Janet Gaynor and Minnie Dupree
Richard Carlson, Janet Gaynor and Minnie Dupree
Richard Carlson and Janet Gaynor
Richard Carlson and Janet Gaynor
Richard Carlson and Janet Gaynor
Richard Carlson and Janet Gaynor
Richard Carlson
Richard Carlson
Roland Young and Billie Burke
Roland Young and Billie Burke
Roland Young and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Roland Young and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Roland Young and Janet Gaynor
Roland Young and Janet Gaynor
Roland Young and Lionel Pape
Roland Young and Lionel Pape
Roland Young
Roland Young
Tom Ricketts
Tom Ricketts