Our Hearts Were Growing Up (1946) - Rotten Tomatoes

Our Hearts Were Growing Up (1946)





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This film is the sequel to the 1944 hit Our Hearts Were Young and Gay. Gail Russell plays Ms. Skinner, while Diana Lynn co-stars as Cornelia's best friend Emily Kimbrough. This time the girls visit their college boyfriends, only to become involved with a pair of benign bootleggers.


Gail Russell
as Cornelia Otis Skinner
Diana Lynn
as Emily Kimbrough
Brian Donlevy
as Tony Minnetti
James Brown (II)
as Avery Moore
Bill Edwards
as Dr. Tom Newhall
William Demarest
as Peanuts Schultz
Billy De Wolfe
as Roland du Frere
Sharon Douglas
as Suzanne Carter
Mary Hatcher
as `Dibs' Downing
Sara Haden
as Miss Dill
Mikhail Rasumny
as Bubchanko
Isabel Randolph
as Mrs. Southworth
Frank Faylen
as Federal Agent
Virginia Farmer
as Miss Thatcher
Ann Doran
as Monica Lonsdale
Douglas Walton
as Terence Marlowe
Charles Williams
as Taxi Driver
Matt McHugh
as Taxi Driver
Nell Craig
as Teacher
Garry Owen
as Bellboy
Gig Young
as Roger
Eddie Carnegie
as Clerk in Newstand
Roland DuPree
as Freshman
Cyril Ring
as Hotel desk clerk
Maggie Mahoney
as Lowell schoolgirl
Gladys Gale
as Mrs. Appley
Al Hill
as Louie
Sam Finn
as Gangster
Benny Burt
as Gangster
Theodore Rand
as Gangster
Sam Bazley
as Gangster
Arthur Loft
as Desk sergeant
James Millican
as Stage manager
Pierre Watkin
as Producer
Carol Deere
as Lowell Schoolgirl
Gwen Martin
as Lowell Schoolgirl
Dorothy Reisner
as Lowell Schoolgirl
Mary Kay Jones
as Lowell Schoolgirl
Patricia Murphy
as Lowell Schoolgirl
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Critic Reviews for Our Hearts Were Growing Up

All Critics (1)

Paramount has deliciously re-created the 1920's; but if you don't remember that period, the joke will seem too thin.

April 3, 2019 | Full Review…

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