For Those Who Think Young is a 1964 American film directed by Leslie H. Martinson and starring James Darren, Pamela Tiffin, Paul Lynde, Tina Louise, Bob Denver, and Robert Middleton. Gardner Pruitt III (Darren), or "Ding," is a party animal that knows no financial bounds, as his parents are fabulously wealthy. Ding is on the prowl for a new girl, and he finds his latest conquest in Sandy Palmer (Tiffin). Meanwhile, Ding's grandfather, the prominently wealthy B.S Cronin (Middleton) decides that he wants to shut down a popular teen hangout for various reasons. Sandy's guardians, Sid Hoyt (Lynde) and Woody Woodbury get caught up in the scene at the teen hangout causing a stir amongst the college administration concerning underage drinking. When Ding finds out that his grandfather used to be a bootlegger, they blackmail him to make sure their club stays open.