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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our region-free DVDs will play worldwide!

Bernardine (1957)

Quick Overview

Starring Pat Boone, Terry Moore, Janet Gaynor, Dean Jagger, Dick Sargent, Walter Abel,

Isabel Jewell

Directed by Henry Levin



Print: color

Runtime: 95 min.

Genre: comedy



Ultra-pasteurized pop singer Pat Boone makes his feature film debut in this comical and

tuneful look at adolescent life in the late 1950s. A group of teen-age boys discuss the

attributes of the perfect girl and proceed to create a mental image of their dreamboat. Later

they find her in the form of Jean, the new telephone operator in town. One of the lads,

Sanford Wilson, falls hard for the comely lass. They begin dating, but as final exams

approach, Sanford must temporarily shift his attention to his school work. To keep her from

the other less-honorable boys who want her, he has handsome Lieutenant Langley

Beaumont squire her around. Unfortunately, she and Langley soon fall in love, causing the

anguished Sanford to join the military and leave for a year and a half.

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Starring Pat Boone, Terry Moore, Janet Gaynor, Dean Jagger, Dick Sargent, Walter Abel,
Isabel Jewell
Directed by Henry Levin

Print: color
Runtime: 95 min.
Genre: comedy

Ultra-pasteurized pop singer Pat Boone makes his feature film debut in this comical and
tuneful look at adolescent life in the late 1950s. A group of teen-age boys discuss the
attributes of the perfect girl and proceed to create a mental image of their dreamboat. Later
they find her in the form of Jean, the new telephone operator in town. One of the lads,
Sanford Wilson, falls hard for the comely lass. They begin dating, but as final exams
approach, Sanford must temporarily shift his attention to his school work. To keep her from
the other less-honorable boys who want her, he has handsome Lieutenant Langley
Beaumont squire her around. Unfortunately, she and Langley soon fall in love, causing the
anguished Sanford to join the military and leave for a year and a half.

Customer Reviews

Good family movie. Review by Geri
Great clarity and it was a funny and entertaining blast from the past. (Posted on 3/7/14)

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