Too Young To Kiss - (Original Trailer)
A grown woman (June Allyson) poses as a child prodigy to advance her career as a concert pianist in Too Young To Kiss (1951).
Too Young To Kiss (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Revolutionary Etude
Both billed above the title in their 4th picture starring together, June Allyson is twenty-something pianist Cynthia posing as her fictional kid sister Molly, and Van Johnson is Wainright, the impresario holding auditions for a youth orchestra, Hans Conreid introducing her, for the familiar Chopin composition, in MGMs Too Young To Kiss, , 1951, with impressive fake playing by June, who had some piano training as a child.
Too Young To Kiss (1951) -- (Movie Clip) She's Box Office!
Thinking hes discovered a prodigy, concert promoter Wainright (Van Johnson) arrives with contracts at the apartment of pianist Cynthia (June Allyson) who, having posed at her audition as her fictional kid-sister Molly, takes a stab at making things right, in MGMs Too Young To Kiss, , 1951.
Too Young To Kiss (1951) -- (Movie Clip) There's No Room At The Top
Having just realized she could fake being a teenager in order to get an audition, ambitious classical pianist Cynthia (June Allyson) is intercepted at home by her boyfriend John (Gig Young), early in MGMs Too Young To Kiss, , 1951, also starring Van Johnson.
Too Young To Kiss (1951) -- (Movie Clip) In Winnipeg It Is Not Cold?
After just a glance of co-star June Allyson in his waiting room, concert promoter Wainright (Van Johnson), blowing off a German tenor, makes excuses for French singer Denise (Paula, a.k.a. Rita, Corday) early in MGMs Too Young To Kiss, , 1951 from a Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett screenplay.