Coming up on Saturday at the Described Movies: Where the Boys Are

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From this Saturday at 2am Eastern, that’s 6pm Saturday in NZ, 4pm in Sydney and 7am in the UK, and repeated every four hours throughout the day, it’s the described movie Where the Boys Are from 1960.
Where the Boys Are is a 1960 Metrocolor and CinemaScope American comedy film directed by Henry Levin and starring Connie Francis, Dolores Hart, Paula Prentiss, George Hamilton, Yvette Mimieux, Jim Hutton, and Frank Gorshin.
It was written by George Wells based on the 1960 novel of the same name by Glendon Swarthout.
The screenplay concerns four college co-eds who spend spring break in Fort Lauderdale.
The title song "Where the Boys Are" was sung by Connie Francis, who also co-starred in a supporting role.
Where the Boys Are was one of the first teen films to explore adolescent sexuality and the changing sexual morals and attitudes among American college youth.
Aimed at the teen market, it inspired many American college students to head to Fort Lauderdale for their annual spring break.
It won Laurel Awards for Best Comedy of the Year and Best Comedy Actress (Paula Prentiss).
Directed by: Henry Levin.
Produced by: Joe Pasterna.
Screenplay by: George Wells.
Story by: George Wells and Glendon Swarthout.
Based on: Where the Boys Are (1960 novel): by Glendon Swarthout.
Starring: Connie Francis, Dolores Hart, Paula Prentiss, George Hamilton, Yvette Mimieux, Jim Hutton and Frank Gorshin.
Music by: Score: George E. Stoll, Jazz: Pete Rugolo: Songs: Neil Sedaka (music), Howard Greenfield (lyrics).
Cinematography: Robert J. Bronner.
Edited by: Fredric Steinkamp.
Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Release date: 28 December, 1960.
Running time: 99 minutes.
Country: United States.
Language: English.
Budget: $2 million (equivalent to $13 million in 2018).
Box office: $3.5 million (US rentals) (equivalent to $23.2 million in 2018).
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