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See Gidget Grows Up (1969).
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I adored this film when I first watched it as a young thirteen year old on TV when it premiered. I've everytime loved Karen Valentine ever since I first spotted her on Room 222. What a unbelievable film and step back in time. I have also been trying to search Gidget Goes Hawaiian on the Internet for years, but to no avail. They never present that one anymore. *Sigh* For anyone who Loved the Gidget movies, you are going to LOVE this one. Karen V, Paul L, and Paul P were the absolute BEST! It is nice to see Gidget doing something another than surfing and hanging out at the beach. And as much as I have everytime loved Gidget and Moondoggie as a couple, it was also great to see her not pining over him this time. I guess she really did "Grow Up!" I Loved It! Thank you for uploading this unbelievable movie...
Fond nostalgia can do only so much for making this cheese-fest TV film watchable beyond the odd giggle at the expense of the script, fashions and "performances" in this surprisingly laugh-free entry in the creaky Gidget franchise that began back in 1959.A blender mix of "That Girl" and "Love American Style," "Gidget Grows Up" finds the former beach-bunny, father-fixated Gidget Lawrence (Karen Valentine- all wide eyes and Cinemascope grin) moving to Fresh York to create the globe a better zone and recover from her tiresome on-again-off-again romance with steady beau Moondoggie (Paul Petersen) not necessarily in that order.Befitting the timbre of the times, the heretofore famously self-interested teen is actually a bleeding-heart tree hugger kind finished with roommates that are a virtual Benetton advertisement of diversity (unfortunately, all are stricken with a serious situation of the cutes).The plot, such as it is swerves on its predictable path with tips thrown that tiny Gidget now gets deflowered by an older gentlemen (there is much talk about "reaching out" and so many montages that one can do what one will with the inferences and fade outs. To my jaundiced eye, this was 60s TV's method of telling that Gidget REALLY grew up).Desperately in need of a laugh track, "Gidget Grows Up" only really comes alive for the brief moments that Paul Lynde (as the "eccentric" bachelor landlord) is on screen. To pad out time to the inevitable final clinch, we have to watch like a million scenes of Valentine walking thoughtfully through Manhattan while listening to unlimited variations on a really terrible theme song ("Growing up and falling down a lot " Oh, brother!).A gotta for Karen Valentine fanatics (who developed into quite an actress later) and those who like to relive their pasts, but otherwise not much here beyond camp value.
Other incarnation of Frederick Kohner's enduring "Gidget" character, here a college drop-out tired of the beach (and sometime-boyfriend Jeff) who hears a speech on tv from the Ambassador to the United Nations and decides she wants to lend her services. In the lead, Karen Valentine certainly had big, perky shoes to fill, and she does so amiably (though her round, perpetually-teary eyes and overly-sincere gaze makes her seem more like Mary Tyler Moore than Sally Field or Sandra Dee). Gidge gets her foot in the door after arriving in Fresh York Town and trains to become a tutorial at the U.N., dating an older chair member from Australia while rooming with a black woman from Uganda and an Asian woman from the States. It's very neat and tidy, with general asides to the upheaval in our political globe circa 1969. There's nice zone work, including some window browsing at Tiffany and Co., but all of the indoor scenes were obviously filmed on sets (several of which look suspiciously like the "I Dream of Jeannie" and "Bewitched" interiors from TV). Harmless fluff, bolstered by a powerful helping cast of hero actors (including Paul Lynde as a former kid star still in love with Helen Twelvetrees!).
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