My Teenage Daughter
Another successful collaboration between British screen sweetheart Anna Neagle and her director-producer husband Herbert Wilcox, My Teenage Daughter stars Neagle as a woman who, widowed during the war, struggles to keep her infatuated seventeen-year-old daughter out of trouble; Sylvia Syms is the rebellious young woman whose heart defiantly rules her head and Kenneth Haigh is the dangerous idler who leads her astray. Boasting a first-class supporting cast, this drama is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
Magazine editor Valerie Carr lives in London with her two daughters – Jan, aged seventeen, and Poppet, thirteen. When Jan is invited to a party at the Savoy, she meets dashing young Tony Ward Black – mad about jive, owner of a Bentley, and supposedly running through a legacy. Attracted to the daring young man, she rejects Mark, a young farmer who is in love with her. But it soon becomes apparent to everyone but Jan that neither Tony's fortune – nor even his name – may be his own, and her association with him will lead her into delinquency and danger...
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