A Dangerous Age
|A Dangerous Age|
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|Directed by||Sidney J. Furie|
|Written by||Sidney J. Furie|
|Music by||Phil Nimmons|
|Edited by||David Nicholson|
|London, England, May, 1958|
A Dangerous Age is a 1958 film directed by Sidney J. Furie.
Sidney J. Furie’s low-budget tale about young lovers (Ben Piazza and Anne Pearson) on the run from an uncaring adult world – they just want to get married but are thwarted at every turn – remains something of landmark in English-Canadian feature production.
A Dangerous Age began as an hour-long drama for CBC-TV, where the 24-year-old Furie worked as a writer, and received critical praise when it was released in the UK where Furie was recognized as a fresh talent; however, it was ignored in Canada.
- http://torontoist.com/2015/04/historicist-sidney-furie-and-a-dangerous-age/ Retrieved Oct. 14/15
- Take One's Essential Guide to Canadian Film, ed. Wyndham Wise, University of Toronto Press, 2001, p. 83
- http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/a-dangerous-age/ Retrieved Oct. 14/15
- http://www.canuxploitation.com/review/dangerousage.html Retrieved Oct. 14/15
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