The Young Ones Cast, Box Office Collection, Budget, Storyline

The Young Ones

In this musical comedy, a millionaire’s son and his pals try to raise money to buy a parcel of land for a youth club by staging a musical. Unfortunately, his father the land baron is more clever and stops them. One of the thwarted pals becomes so angry that he kidnaps the father. His son rescues him and finally earns his father’s respect. He also gets the land he needed. Songs include: “Wonderful to Be Young?” (Burt Bacharach, Hal David), “What D’You Know We’ve Got a Show,” “Nothing’s Impossible,” “All for One” (Ronald Cass, Peter Myers), “When the Boy in Your Arms Is the Boy in Your Heart,” “When the Girl in Your Arms Is the Girl in Your Heart” (Sid Tepper, Roy C. Bennett), “Peace Pipe,” “The Savage” (Norrie Paramor), “Got a Funny Feeling” (Bruce Welch, Hank B. Marvin), “We Say Yeah” (Welch, Marvin, Peter Gormley), and “Lessons in Love” (Sy Soloway, Shirley Wolfe).

Release date: Mar 13, 1963
Production Company: Associated British Picture Corporation
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Genre: Classics,Comedy,Musical & Performing Arts

The Young Ones Caste and Crew
Director: Sidney J. Furie
writer: Ronald Cass,Peter Myers
Cliff Richard,Robert Morley,Carole Gray,Carole Grey,Richard O’Sullivan,Teddy Green,Melvyn Hayes,The Shadows,Annette Robertson,Robertson Hare,Sean Sullivan,Sonya Cordeau,Harold E. Scott,Gerald Harper,Rita Webb