You're a Big Boy Now (1966)

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TitleYou're a Big Boy Now
Year1966
CountryUSA
GenreComedy (Movies)
Run Time1h 36 min
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Bernard Chanticleer, called “Big Boy” by his parents, is 19 but still lives with his overbearing, clinging mother and his commanding, disapproving father, who is curator of incunabula at the New York Public Library. Bernard also works as a low-level assistant at the library, where his father is constantly monitoring and admonishing him. His father decides it’s time he grew up and moved out of the family home in Great Neck, New York and into his own Manhattan apartment. His mother is not happy about letting him go, but acquiesces to her husband and arranges for Bernard to live in a rooming house run by nosy, prudish Miss Nora Thing. Miss Thing inherited the building on the condition that her late brother’s aggressive pet rooster be allowed to occupy the fifth floor, which Bernard must pass to get to his room. Miss Thing reassures Bernard’s mother that the rooster only attacks girls, especially young pretty girls, to which Bernard’s mother responds that her son isn’t interested in girls yet, but arranges that Miss Thing will spy on Bernard and report any “female” activity. Bernard’s mother also constantly mails locks of her hair to Bernard at his new residence.

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Cast:

Elizabeth Hartman Elizabeth Hartman
Barbara Darling
Peter Kastner Peter Kastner
Bernard Chanticleer
Geraldine Page Geraldine Page
Margery Chanticleer
Rip Torn Rip Torn
I.H. Chanticleer
Michael Dunn Michael Dunn
Richard Mudd
Tony Bill Tony Bill
Raef del Grado
Julie Harris Julie Harris
Miss Thing
Karen Black Karen Black
Amy Partlett

Bernard Chanticleer, called “Big Boy” by his parents, is 19 but still lives with his overbearing, clinging mother and his commanding, disapproving father, who is curator of incunabula at the New York Public Library. Bernard also works as a low-level assistant at the library, where his father is constantly monitoring and admonishing him. His father decides it’s time he grew up and moved out of the family home in Great Neck, New York and into his own Manhattan apartment. His mother is not happy about letting him go, but acquiesces to her husband and arranges for Bernard to live in a rooming house run by nosy, prudish Miss Nora Thing. Miss Thing inherited the building on the condition that her late brother’s aggressive pet rooster be allowed to occupy the fifth floor, which Bernard must pass to get to his room. Miss Thing reassures Bernard’s mother that the rooster only attacks girls, especially young pretty girls, to which Bernard’s mother responds that her son isn’t interested in girls yet, but arranges that Miss Thing will spy on Bernard and report any “female” activity. Bernard’s mother also constantly mails locks of her hair to Bernard at his new residence.

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