Where The Boys Are
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Four coeds from snowbound Penmore U. know that the only place to be during Spring Break is Where the Boys Are. The rites (and wrongs) of the spring migration of thousands of college students to sunny Fort Lauderdale are celebrated in an era-defining film that combines a cast of 1960s up-and-comers with youthful hijinks and a cautionary will-she-or-won't-she storyline of sex and romance. Among the girls seeking the perfect tan and man are Dolores Hart, Yvette Mimieux, Paula Prentiss and Connie Francis (who also performs the hit title tune and the zippy Turn on the Sunshine). Among the guys: George Hamilton, Jim Hutton and Frank Gorshin. So many chances for love. So little time!
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This DVD is presented in Cinemascope 2,35:1 and the picture quality is really good (has only some little defects/drop outs).
-Audio-Commentarie by Paula Prentiss
-"Where the Boys are" - 7 minute restrospective with interview of Paul Prentiss and Connie Francis.
Nice to see, uncredited: Errol Flynn's son Sean Flynn (wear a blue "University" shirt).
Fazit: nice movie but not really important
As each girl meets and tries to snag her dream-boy, we're taken along on the courtship and fun. The brooding George Hamilton and the kooky Bill Hutton keep the girls om their toes.
The sad story line of Yvette Mimeux as the pretty girl who doesn't know her worth and suffers because of it is a surprising and touching addition.
All in all, I give it a 4-star rating amd suggest it for slumber parties, sick days and rainy days when this glimpse into the sunny 60s Ft. Lauderdale. A lot of fun!