The Delicate Delinquent (1957) mp4

  • Genre: Comedy |
  • Resolution: 720x400
  • Size: 889.45M
  • Quality: 720p
  • Frame Rate: 23.976 (23976/1000) FPS
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 101
  • IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Reviews for The Delicate Delinquent (1957)

Reviewed bytavmVote: 8/10/10
Just watched this, Jerry Lewis' first movie without Dean Martin, onYouTube. Meant to partially be a spoof of the "delinquent" films of thetime, Jer does quite well in mixing his usual goofy persona with thatof a more serious learner when he gets mentored by a friendly cop namedMike Damon (Darren McGavin). In fact, this was originally supposed tobe Dean's role but either he balked at actually playing an authorityfigure or he simply just had enough of his former partner's ego tocontinue on with him. Anyway, whenever McGavin has fights with a femalecouncil member named Martha Henshaw (Martha Hyer) there's still sometraces of the Martin-like attitude especially when he reveals to Sidney(Lewis' character) his feelings for her. Officer Mike not only has todeal with the punks that hang around Sidney like Monk (Robert Ivers)and Artie (Richard Bakalyan) but also his superior officer, Capt. Riley(Horace McMahon) who has plenty of doubts about Mike's methods. Like Isaid, this was a good mix of comedy and drama and also, Jerry has anice number by himself in which he drops his usual whiny voice for hismore normal one (which he also does in the more serious scenes). So onthat note, I highly recommend The Delicate Delinquent.

Reviewed bySpikeopathVote: 7/10/10
Sydney L. Pythias (Jerry Lewis), more juvenile than delinquent, is ajanitor mistaken for a gang member whilst emptying out the garbage.Kindly police officer Mike Damon (Darren McGavin) tries to straightenhim out by putting him through police training.

The role of Damon was earmarked for regular Lewis partner Dean Martin,but Martin allegedly refused to play a copper and the role was given toMcGavin. Thus the film became notable for being the first solo film forLewis away from his regular partner. They never worked together again.Written and directed by Don McGuire who works from a script based uponthe Greek mythology legend of Damon and Pythias, the film also starsMartha Hyer, Robert Ivers and features a rare dramatic turn fromcomedian/impressionist Frank Gorshin. After the tremendous success ofthe Martin/Lewis partnership the big question of course would be ifLewis as a solo performer would be a big draw? The Delicate Delenquentwas a massive success, made for under half a million dollars it went onto make almost $6 million. Thus launching Lewis on a lucrative solocareer encompassing many more film's in the decades to come.

Very much a send up of teen rebel movies that were knocking about inthe 50s {delinquency amongst teens was becoming a hot topic in thedecade}, Lewis' movie is gentle blend of comedy and drama. Tho he dolesout some of the gurning buffoon antics that were his comedy trait,Lewis does get to play it more restrained for much of the piece, and itworks, none more so than with the warm and uplifting finale. With thatin mind, newcomers to the movie should not expect a raucous Jerry Lewispiece. The comedy is good, with some scenes during the police academytraining portion of the film, particularly enjoyable. While Jerry sings"By Myself," in cheeky recognition of his split-up with Dino. Theromantic interest in the film comes via the beautiful Martha Hyer, whomarried Hal Wallis in 1966, the producer of the Dean Martin/Jerry Lewisfilms. And tho it's not a fully formed character, there's just enoughmaterial to let Hyer leave a favourable mark.

A long way from Lewis' best solo film {The Nutty Professor} butengaging enough on both its comedy and dramatic fronts. 6.5/10

Reviewed bymoonspinner55Vote: 4/10/10
Apprentice maintenance worker is mentored by a good-heartedneighborhood cop who wants to get one kid from the streets on the rightpath in life. Writer-director Don McGuire apparently fashioned thiscomedy vehicle for the team of Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin, but whenMartin dropped out (and ended the partnership), Lewis took centerstage--and appeared very comfortable in doing so. Unfortunately,McGuire's script (which shows evidence of tampering) allows Lewis toomuch room to do his act: self-pitying pathos, dumb/smart retorts, goofyfaces and voices. The plot doesn't make much sense, anyway: officerDarren McGavin apparently thinks Lewis is a member of a streetgang--but Lewis has a job and his own apartment, and there are noscenes to show McGavin realizing his subject isn't a delinquent at all(he just goes right on helping him...into the police academy!). Slickand well-produced in black-and-white, the picture mixes in 'funny'scenes for the kids (Lewis helping an eccentric tenant with hisexperiments, being picked in a self-defense demonstration by a Sumowrestler) and also adds convenient ladies for both Lewis and McGavin.The narrative is lumpy (it's just a bunch of episodes strung together),but McGavin is surprisingly paternal with Lewis, which eventually leadsto a curiously sober conclusion, one that won't please fans hoping foranother wild Jerry Lewis outing. ** from ****

The Plot Summary for The Delicate Delinquent (1957)

Sidney Pythias is a bumbling janitor picked up by cop Mike Damon as a teenage gang member worth saving from delinquency. With Damon's help, Sidney works his way through the Police Academy to become a cop too.


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