It's The Age Of The Teenager 1958

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  • "Le Macabre Coffee House in Soho" referred to was on Wardour Street.

    "Lady Lewisham", (as she was at the time of filming), was the daughter of novelist Barbara Cartland, and following her later marriage to Lord Spencer became stepmother to Princess Diana.

    jamied 30th May 2012

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