For the Very First Time (1991)





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The "first time" usually refers to romance in TV movies of this nature. Corin Nemic is an impressionable young Jewish kid who falls hard for girl next door Cheryl Pollak. Ah, but this is San Antonio in the early 1960s, and Pollak is Catholic. Before you can say "Bridget Loves Bernie" (or even "Abie's Irish Rose") the two young spooners are stymied by parental pressure. It is the girl who takes the initiative in quelling the fears and doubts of the grown-ups, while shy Corin stands by in moonstruck admiration. For the Very First Time is nearly stolen by Donovan Leach (son of rock singer Donovan and sister of actress Ione Skye), who plays a beatnik artist.
Drama , Television , Romance
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Lorimar Television


Corin Nemec
as Michael
Cheryl Pollak
as Mary Margaret
Lilyan Chauvin
as Sister Eugenia
David Sheinkopf
as Goldstein
Gerardo Mejía
as Cassanova
Joe Spano
as Allen
Scott Curtis
as Matthew
David Hayward (II)
as Coach Hudson
Deidre Hall
as Mrs. O'Neil
Donovan Leitch
as Raymond
John Ingle
as Father Talbot
Eugene Lee
as Charlie
Anita Ortega
as Carmen
Rick Podell
as Mrs. Goldstein
Rod Britt
as Instructor
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Definitely remember this movie, a great story plot.

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