As Young As You Feel

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Released 1951

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Director:
Harmon Jones
Released:
1951
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As Young as You Feel tells the story of a sixty-five year old man named John Hodges (Monty Wooley) who is forced by his employer, Acme Printing, into retirement. He soon gets bored with the relaxation of retirement life and the pressures of home life. He quickly decides to return to work disguised as the president of the parent company, Harold Cleveland. His disguise is put in serious jeopardy when his ex-boss's beautiful wife begins to take a personal interest in him. This movie is filled with plenty of tense and humorous scenes as John Hodges tries to fool the company that forced him out of work. It's a classic story of sticking it to the man. The film was directed by Harmon Jones and written by Paddy Chayefsky and Lamar Trotti. It stars Monty Woolley, Thelma Ritter and David Wayne. It was produced by Twentieth Century Fox FIlm Corporation and was released in April of 1952.
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