Cinema: The New Pictures, Aug. 8, 1955

You're Never Too Young (Paramount) stars the overworked team of Martin & Lewis in the same overworked plot. This time. Dean Martin is a teacher at a girls' school and Cutup Jerry Lewis is a barber's apprentice.

Comic Lewis is at his best when he is wildest: he gives a fine take-off of a choral conductor, dances insanely, impersonates Tough Guy Humphrey Bogart. Partner Dean Martin is better as a straight comic than as a singer. Otherwise, as the team goes through some tired slapstick movie routines, e.g., a chase on water skis, moviegoers may conclude that Martin & Lewis are headed...

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