The Young Stranger 65 years old

Seventeen Isn't an Age...It's an Eternity

The Young Stranger

The lack of communication between a wealthy film producer and his troubled teenage son after the boy is involved in an altercation at a movie theater leads to even more trouble.

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The Young Stranger Cast

Name Character
Byron Foulger He was 57, 70 years old when he died as Mr. Doyle
James Gregory He was 319, 364 years old when he died as Police Sgt. Shipley
Kim Hunter She was 34, 79 years old when she died as Helen Ditmar
Jeffrey Silver He was 7, now 72 years old as Jerry Doyle
James Daly He was 38, 59 years old when he died as Thomas 'Tom' Ditmar
Jack Mullaney He was 27, 52 years old when he died as Confused Boy
Whit Bissell He was 47, 86 years old when he died as Grubbs, Theater Manager
Marian Seldes She was 28, 86 years old when she died as Mrs. Morse
Tom Pittman He was 24, 26 years old when he died as Lynn Spears
James MacArthur He was 19, 72 years old when he died as Harold James 'Hal' Ditmar
Charles Davis He was 31, 84 years old when he died as Detective
Edith Evanson She was 60, 84 years old when she died as Lotte, the Ditmar's Cook

The Young Stranger Crew

Name Department
John Frankenheimer as Director. He was 26 (72) years old when He died Directing
Robert Dozier as Writer. He was 28 (26) years old when He died Writing
Robert H. Planck as Director of Photography. He was 54 (69) years old when He died Camera
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The Young Stranger (65 years)

Seventeen Isn't an Age...It's an Eternity

  • Release day: Friday, February 01, 1957
  • Runtime: 84 minutes