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I don't believe it! At last! The Young Doctors (1961)

For many years, I have wanted access to a copy in electronic file form of The Young Doctors (1961). The movie is phenomenal. The acting cast is stellar. I have a VCR tape of it, but no way to convert it. So time after time, year after year, I have sought this movie out on YouTube .

It contains, among its acting cast: Frederic Mark, Ben Gazzara, Ina Balin, Aline MacMahon, Edward Andrews, Eddie Albert, Dick Clark, Arthur Hill, and yet others you may recognize. It gives an insight into medicine in past years, and what can happen if a doctor depends too much on his portfolio and loses touch with the world of research.

It may not be long available, and it is, after all, a Made for TV movie, rather than a regular movie. Please not only watch it, but download a copy using

--- The Young Doctors ---

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MegL wrote on February 17, 2016, 5:42 PM

Gosh. In those days, our TV was black and white ONLY and we may have had only 1 channel - good old BBC. Not many films shown, mostly cowboy ones, that I remember but then I would not have been allowed to watch films for older audiences in those days.

VinceSummers wrote on February 17, 2016, 6:41 PM

The Young Doctors (the movie) is so clean the dirt squeaks. It is an example of just how good a G movie can be. But, to make their current G movies look good, they'd probably call it R-rated. They did, after all, rate one of the Shirley Temple kiddie movies PG.

lookatdesktop wrote on February 17, 2016, 7:20 PM

I just finished watching this movie. The baby lived and so did the lady. It was a good and inspiring movie. i enjoyed it very much.

MegL wrote on February 18, 2016, 2:36 AM

Watched the start of it. It looks good. Do you have a vcr on which to watch your vcr tapes?

VinceSummers wrote on February 18, 2016, 6:50 AM

I have one. Maybe two. But no setup yet, as I do not now have a cable, and it is difficult to find a space. I know that sounds lame, but it is a hindrance.