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Youngblood Hawke (1964)

11/04/1964 (US) Drama 2h 17m

He was young and crude, some kind of country-boy joke, but a woman could feel him across a room.


An unknown Kentucky writer (James Franciscus) comes to New York and pursues fame and women (Suzanne Pleshette, Genevieve Page).

  1. Delmer Daves

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Herman Wouk


Top Billed Cast

  1. James Franciscus

    James Franciscus

    Youngblood Hawke

  2. Suzanne Pleshette

    Suzanne Pleshette

    Jeanne Green

  3. Geneviève Page

    Geneviève Page

    Frieda Winter

  4. Eva Gabor

    Eva Gabor

    Fannie Prince

  5. Mary Astor

    Mary Astor

    Irene Perry

  6. Lee Bowman

    Lee Bowman

    Jason Prince

  7. Edward Andrews

    Edward Andrews

    Quentin Judd

  8. Don Porter

    Don Porter

    Ferdie Lax

  9. Mildred Dunnock

    Mildred Dunnock

    Mrs. Sarah Hawke

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Youngblood Hawke
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Status Released

Original Language English

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