- Commentary by assistant director Robert H. Justman on Unwed Mother
- Original advertising material
- Still gallery
- Original theatrical trailers
Youth Run Wild Double Feature: Unwed Mother/Too Soon to Love
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Actors: Robert Vaughn, Norma Moore, Diana Darrin, Billie Bird, Jeanne Cooper, Ron Hargrave, Jennifer West, Richard Evans, Warren Parker, Ralph Manza, Jack Nicholson. Our first feature: Unwed Mother Betty (Norma Moore) moves from a farming community to Los Angeles. She falls into the clutches of a super-cad (Robert Vaughn) and ends up abandoned and pregnant. After visiting a drunken abortionist, she decides to give the baby up for adoption but has a change of heart. The climax is a classic of melodrama from a master of melodrama, Walter Doniger, director of TV's "Peyton Place." The second feature Too Soon To Love is about two teenage lovers from dysfunctional families that go "all the way." She becomes in the family way, flees from a wicked abortionist and later attempts suicide. He steals money to retain a "real" doctor! This classic teenage melodrama was the directorial debut of Richard Rush ("The Stuntman"). DVD Bonus & Features: Original Theatrical Trailers, Commentary by assistant director Lindsley Parsons Jr, Original Advertising Materials, Bios, Photo Gallery: DVD-5, Dolby Digital, 159 minutes, B&W, 1.85:1, NR, 1958 & 1960.
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The print in this double feature dvd runs 81 minutes, not the 88 minutes claimed for the film on IMDB. Richard Evans does a perfect James Dean impersonation - he has the facial expressions, the vocal mannerisms, the hand and body movements down to a "t." It's an earnest though not great performance. The young actress who plays the girl is competent.
It's fun to see a very young Jack Nicholson as a sleaze who forces himself on our heroine at a drive-in. A fight ensues between Evans and Nicholson. He's in it for about five minutes total.
Competent film of its era but only B grade.