Two a Penny (1966)

DVD Release: June 11, 2013
Two a Penny (1966)
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Synopsis

A struggling art student looks for quick money and finds some bad company and a dangerous situation. He and his Christian girlfriend are on the run.

Dove Review

A young man named Jamie Hopkins likes a young woman named Carol. The problem is that Carol is searching for something more meaningful in her life and winds up at a Billy Graham crusade where she accepts Jesus and this doesn’t set well with Jamie. He belittles her faith and gets tired of her talking about God and the Bible. But he can’t deny he has strong feelings for Carol and he notices a definite change in her.

This film does a good job in showing the difficulties of working through relationships and the changes that God can make in one’s life. It also powerfully illustrates that ultimately we are faced with a decision and that is what we will do about Jesus Christ and the Bible. We are pleased to award our Family Approved Seal for twelve plus to this inspiring film.

Content Description

Sex: A couple kisses a few times; a man wants to do more than kiss and pursues it but the young woman stops him; a comment about a skirt being above the knee; a brief discussion about sex and a character makes it clear this is what he wants from a young woman.
Language: D-1; a man intimates that a woman is "stupid" a few times; Twit-1; Sappy Christians-1
Violence: A man is kicked and a little bleeding; a man gives a woman a light shove after he tries to get fresh and she stops him; a man is punched.
Drugs: Man lights a cigar; drinking and smoking at a bar; another scene of a woman drinking; a comment about drinking "our beer" at a bar; a woman with a bottle of liquor offers a young man a drink; a man breaks into a doctor's cabinet to steal drugs and to sell them but the plan backfires; talk of cocktails; a comment about the Pub.
Nudity: Photos of a woman on the wall in swimsuit with bare midriff; cleavage.
Other: A character sticks gum on glass; a man that takes religion lightly says it might be a "giggle" to go see Billy Graham; a character steals some keys; a man impersonates Billy Graham preaching while the man is at a bar; a man believes the crusade meetings are just for people to "line their pockets".

Info

Company: Wesscott Marketing Inc
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Cliff Richard, Dora Bryan, Avril Angers, Ann Holloway, Billy Graham as himself
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter