30 is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968)

30 is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968)

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In his first starring role minus his longtime partner Peter Cook, Dudley Moore plays a 29-year-old who goes through an identity crisis when approaching the "three-oh" mark. He wants to be a successful Broadway composer before reaching 30 and also wants to be happily married. Unfortunately, he's so busy as a night-club musician that he hasn't any time to realize his goals. Enter sexy Suzy Kendall (Mrs. Moore at the time), who inspires Dudley to reinvigorate his quest for success and connubial bliss. 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia delivers a satisfactory quota of laughs; its only drawback is its heavy reliance upon "mod" '60s camera trickery. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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NR
Genre:
Comedy
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Cast

Dudley Moore
as Rupert Street
Suzy Kendall
as Louise
John Bird
as Greenslade
Patricia Routledge
as Mrs. Woolley
Peter Bayliss
as Victor
Harry Towb
as Mr. Woolley
Jonathan Routh
as Capt. Gore-Taylor
Frank Thornton
as Register
Derek Farr
as TV Announcer
Michael MacLiammoir
as Irish Storyteller
John Wells
as Hon. Gavin Hopton
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Audience Reviews for 30 is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia

½

Corny 60s throwaway with some questionably racist humor. But it has some stylistic 60s charm once in a while that's just kind of fun to watch on its own.

Jenna Ipcar
Jenna Ipcar

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