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All being said, Too Much Too Soon is a very entertaining movie and one often overlooked.
Uncredited in small parts are the great John Doucette, former Hollywood star Franklyn Farnum, and Flynn's 16-year-old girlfriend, Beverly Aadland.
The film stars Dorothy Malone and Errol Flynn with Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Ray Danton, Neva Patterson, Murray Hamilton and Martin Milner.
Watching this well-acted movie, I can't help but think of my mother-in-law, a Stanford graduate and drama major, who once bested Olivia Dehaviland in a beauty contest and then... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Catlin
"Too Much Too Soon" tells the story of two members of the Barrymore family. Although billed as the story of Diana Barrymore (played by Dorothy Malone), it is as much a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Doug Erlandson
FLYNN IS EXCELLENT, BUT THE FILM IS OUT OF DATE.
QUALITY OF DVD IS EXCELLENT. MALONE IS QUITE GOOD AS WELL.
This movie exists on two levels - the first part that features Errol Flynn as John Barrymore, and the 2nd part which further chronicles the demise Barrymore's daughter Diana, who... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Walt
Immediate delivery from USA and wonderful film, beautifully filmed and a poignant story, great acting from all, filmed a year before his death this shows Errol could really act.Published 23 months ago by Mr. Stephen Plews
Finally on dvd! This is a film I first saw on the late show as a kid. Rarely is it shown on tv and I never understand why. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by lbrlartist
The story of Diana barrymore is a good one to know. Partying destroyed her life and career and it destroyed John barrymore's as well. Read morePublished on January 30, 2012 by Michael Dobey
Loosely based on the life of Diana Barrymore, the daughter of the legendary John Barrymore, whose abandonment issues led to a failed attempt as an actress and a descent into Hell... Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by The CinemaScope Cat